Why Lisa Rinna waited 7 months for mom Lois’ funeral

Lindsay Cronin

RHOBH's Lisa Rinna on the real reason she waited 7 months for mom Lois' funeral, admits she's been in a

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Lisa Rina revealed on Wednesday’s episode of Watch what’s happening live that she recently put her mother to rest in Oregon. But why did she wait so long?

Before admitting she was nervous to appear on Andy Cohenthe late night talk show, the The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills the actor explained why she and her family, including husband Harry Hamlin and girls Amelia Hamlin and Dalila Hamlindid not arrange a funeral for Lois Rinna up to seven months after his death.

“I think what really helped me was that we just put my mom to rest last week,” Lisa shared on the August 3 episode of the WWHL: after the show. “She wanted it [to take place at that time].”

According to Lisa, Lois did not want her funeral to take place during the winter months because it is far too cold.

“In Oregon it’s really cold in November and December and it’s foggy, and she wanted it in the summer,” Lisa revealed.

But for Lisa, having to wait so long to put her mother to rest was difficult. his mental health.

“Waiting seven months, I think, has been very difficult for me, and now that we’ve put her to rest, I feel a lot better. Me yes,” she confirmed. my dad, and it was really beautiful.”

When Andy asked Lisa whether or not she spoke at the funeral, the RHOBH The star confirmed she did and said her husband and children did too.

“We all did. The girls did it, Harry did it, everyone did it. It was so beautiful. I see there is such value in this closure. Because imagine… seven months. It is too long. So I feel really, much better,” she continued.

Lisa then shared that when it came to returning to the set of WWHLshe had some reservations.

“I’ve been in such a weird place. I have to be honest, from the beginning, since my mother passed away, I’ve been in a strange place. It was very good for me. I’m really, really glad I came and did it. I was a little nervous. I was kind of like, ‘Oh my God, why am I going to put myself through this?’ I’m glad I did,” Lisa said.

Also, Wednesday WWHLLisa confessed to have regrets about how she treated the former co-star Lisa Vanderpump on the show after his brother’s suicide, Mark Vanderpump.

“Grief is awful,” she said. “Grieving is really hard, and until you’re in those shoes, you can’t really understand it, so if I could offer even more empathy, I would do it now, being in my place.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.

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