Russ Says: Kyle Richards Your PDA With Your Husband In Front Of Your Kids Was Inappropriate!

Mon, May 16, 2011 3:47pm EST by 4 Comments

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During Jennifer Lopez’s major musical malfunction at Wango Tango, RHOBH’s Kyle Richards was grind-dancing and making out with her husband in front of her kids! Romantic or Ridiculous?

It’s always amazing to know your parents are still completely in love with each other, but the last thing you want to know about your parents is how they share that love with each other. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards gave her children an intimate peek at how much she loves her husband this weekend at Wango Tango in LA. During Jennifer Lopez‘s performance Kyle Richards was all over her husband Mauricio Umansky, which is perfectly fine, but her children had to watch it all happen.

Their excessive PDA included grinding and making out, and if it made me uncomfortable watching it, imagine what their three daughters Alexia (born 1996), Sophia (born 1999), and Portia (born 2008), felt like?

Admit it, the thought of walking in on your parents is horrifying, but just picture that on a slightly lesser scale in a stadium of 20,000 people. Kyle already dishes the dirty laundry on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills so maybe the public displays of affection can be held until the kids are away for the night. Is anything sacred?

So HollywoodLifers, would you want to be at a concert or public event and have to watch your parents act like teenagers, french kissing and dancing closely together? And those of you who are parents, do you think it’s appropriate to be so sexual in front of your own children? Is it a sign of love or too much?

Sound off or vomit below!

Russ Weakland

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Lolik

Posted at 2:34 PM on June 10, 2011  

Happy for them! You don’t build your life around children, you include them in your life. It is the healthiest way to raise them. And this way they are showing the world that there is a healthy sexual relationship even after you get married, I am a wife in sexless marriage and I have done a research on this topic, imagine that every 5th married person out there in America lives in unattached sexless marriage. It is all because of this weird trend of open sexuality and free access to porn and kinks an such on one side, and stupidly conservative “don’t kiss around your kids” on the other! No wonder when kids grow up not seeing their parents being romantic, they end up being not emotional with their spouses and end up in divorce.

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TheLadysitter

Posted at 5:58 PM on May 16, 2011  

Damn- i guess she told you!

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Kyle Richards

Posted at 5:13 PM on May 16, 2011  

first off, you must be DESPERATE for something to write about if this is what you consider interesting. Never mind that it isn’t true. Yes, I was dancing with my husband AND kids and did kiss my husband AND kids several times. French kiss? Making out? NO. Not that I even think that would be that big of a deal if people choose to do that. However, I wouldn’t be comfortable “making out” in front of my kids. How sad that you tried to take such a beautiful evening that my husband and I shared with our kids and try to turn into something ugly. Shame on you. You give “journalism” a bad name. And yes, this really is Kyle Richards. Feel free to share your opinion with me on twitter @KyleRichards18

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vincent dante

Posted at 4:32 PM on May 16, 2011  

much ado about nothing.

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