Real Housewives from Beverly Hills Stars Dorit Kemsley and Kathy Hilton tested positive for coronavirus, a source close to the production of the Bravo Reality series confirms E! News. According to TMZ, which cited “Sources of Direct Knowledge,” Kyle Richards has also signed COVID-19.
TMZ reports that all women are recovering at home and have no serious symptoms to date.
Last week, a source near Bravo E! News that production of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been temporarily suspended after unidentified people tested positive for COVID-19. The series began its 11th season in October with testing and other COVID-19 protocols.
This isn’t the only installment of the long-running franchise that has had to close due to members of production testing positive for coronavirus. In early November, The Real Housewives of Atlanta was put on hold for two weeks for security reasons.
“The set follows strict COVID-19 security protocols, including contract tracing,” a source told People on Nov. 11. “As a precaution, production will be stopped for two weeks.”
The 11th season of RHOBH is expected to return in early 2021. However, it is currently unclear whether this COVID-19 situation will change the timeline or delay the planned premiere date.