RHOBH's Kyle Richards, 52, accused of photoshopping bikini shot as unedited pic leaks from Real Housewives All-Stars set

REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, 52, has been accused of photoshopping a bikini photo after an unedited pic was leaked from the RHOBH set.

The mom-of-four has been sharing several images from her trip to Turks & Caicos showing off her toned bod and flawless skin, revealing she was having “too much fun.”


While filming abroad for the Real Housewives All-Stars, Bravo OG Kyle got accused of photoshopping one of her bikini shots. 

Comedy account @BravobyBetches shared two pictures of Kyle – one seemingly unedited and another very clearly edited with the words, “can we go back 24 hours and give Kyle an Oscar for best editing for this.”

In the caption they added, “did Ramona help her facetune the second pic?”

Fans and co-stars were quick to jump on the reveal, including several of her Real Housewives franchise sisters including RHONY’s Sonja Morgan, RHOC’s Tamra Judge and daughter of RHONJ's Jacqueline Lauritam Ashlee Holmes Malleo.


Sonja wrote, “I love the first one actually. Guilty of same sometimes 😝”

“I mean… the first pic is still gorgeous,” added Ashlee.

While Tamra gushed: “Both are gorgeous 😍”

However, fans weren’t quite so forgiving with many slamming the reality star for supposedly promoting unreal beauty expectations. 



“Normalize ageing,” wrote one follower.

“What a great example for young women,” added another.

And a third moaned: “I wish so badly she hadn't done this. Her freckles are beautiful.”

Kyle, who is married to Mauricio Umansky, is the only RHOBH star enjoying herself in Turks & Caicos to film the first ever Real Housewives All-Stars.


The mash-up of Bravo fan-favorites include RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice, RHONY’s Ramona Singer and Real Housewives Of Atlanta stars Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey.

Those who were selected to take part in the series met in Atlanta, Georgia before being flown out to the paradise destination to start filming.

A source told The Sun: “The entire cast will fly out to Turks & Caicos together.

“This is not the ideal cast that Bravo wanted but due to scheduling conflicts with current seasons filming and Covid, everyone is just excited they are going through with this. 


“It’s planned to be four to six episodes, but that may change depending on the footage. 

 “Execs are banking for this to be a big hit with more mashups in the future.”

Bravo, which is owned by NBC, will reportedly air Housewives All-Stars on the parent company's streaming service Peacock.

Reps for Peacock confirmed a "Housewives mash-up" is in the works, but have yet to publicly announce specifics.

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