RHOBH Lisa Vanderpump Gets Personal In New Interview, What Is Her Biggest Regret?
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump recently sat down for an interview on Larry King Now, and the restaurateur opened up about her life aspirations and biggest regrets . And, she also revealed that she wouldn’t mind switching places with Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel.
During the interview, Vanderpump said that she would probably have a lot of fun in New York, so Frankel would be the housewife that she would swap lives with for a bit. And, when King asked her about her biggest regrets in life, the mother of two children - Pandora Sabo and Max Todd - said that she wishes she would have had more confidence when she was a young woman, and she also should have had more kids.
“Maybe not having more children,” Vanderpump explained. “Also, I think not having the confidence I have now, especially when it comes to inspiring women through public speaking when I was younger.”
Vanderpump is definitely a busy lady. Not only does she star in two different reality shows - RHOBH and Vanderpump Rules - but she also owns four restaurants - SUR, Villa Blanca, Tom Tom, and PUMP. But, she has plans to do more. In the next ten years, she might get more involved in politics and do some writing so she can “actually create a kinder, more compassionate world.”
But, is more seasons of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in Vanderpump’s future? She says she doesn’t know for sure what her future is on the show, but she does have good memories of the last nine seasons.
Vanderpump said that there was a “certain connotation” that came with being on reality television when she started in 2010. And, when producers approached her about being on the show, she was working at Villa Blanca and present in her daily business. So, she wasn’t sure if she wanted to be on RHOBH because she wasn’t “conflictual.”
But, after they approached her two or three different times, she realized that she was right for it, and got excited because she already knew Adrienne Maloof, Camille Grammer, and Kyle Richards. Vanderpump says that it has been an “unbelievable journey,” and she is thankful that she has had the opportunity.
In addition to her multiple restaurants and reality shows, Vanderpump is also involved with different philanthropic endeavors and giving back to her community. Her restaurant, Villa Blanca, cooks meals for the homeless every week. And, she has Vanderpump Dogs, to find homes for needy animals. She says that she is happy RHOBH has given her such a great platform.
Lisa Vanderpump is also going to be a judge in a new Facebook Watch show called World’s Most Amazing Dog which airs on February 7th.
Season 9 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Tuesday, February 12th on Bravo.