Former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, Adrienne Maloof, is keeping busy with her business ventures that include fashion jewelry, vodka, and beauty products. Adrienne told Wetpaint that her newest works include a line called Beverly Hills Gypsy Collection. She enjoys creating fashionable jewelry for her fans at prices they can afford.
When it comes to whether or not Adrienne misses being on “Real Housewives,” she said there are some things she misses about it and some that she doesn’t. It’s safe to assume that if Adrienne left the show, there were more things she disliked about being on it than liked!
Here’s what Adrienne misses about being on the Bravo series:
“There was some fun times. Some of the parties were extravagant and great, and when the girls are on, they’re on and they’re fun to be around. So that’s what I miss.”
Aside from the obvious feuds she got embroiled in on “Real Housewives,” here’s what else Adrienne doesn’t miss about the show:
“It’s hard. Some of the scenes, it takes about a minute, and you’re in hair and makeup for an hour and a half, two hours. So that can be difficult. Eight-hour interviews are tough. So I probably don’t miss that. Most of the time, the cattiness, that can get a little much for me, but I’m strong.”
Lastly, there’s one friendship she holds dear from the “Real Housewives” cast. Adrienne told Wetpaint that she keeps in touch with Camille Grammer because they share a lot of the same experiences.
“Camille [Grammer]‘s gone through pretty much what I’ve gone through, so we’ve relied on each other, and I actually have quite a bit of advice from her at points of my divorce. She’s been very supportive and I think she’s been a great friend. When you do reality television, especially a show like Housewives, you don’t really know what you’re getting into until you get into it. And often times, people say, ‘Well, why did you do it?’ But you don’t know until you really go through it. And the only other women that understand are the women that are on the show. So in that sense, there’s the camaraderie. When you have a difficult day or you’re having a tough scene, whatever it might be, they understand.”
Since Adrienne Maloof has left the show and the tabloid frenzy over her divorce from Paul Nassif has died down a lot, she appears more relaxed and content with her life. Leaving “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and living without the public scrutiny is suiting this former cast member well.