"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" stars Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville have mended their ongong feud after butting heads throughout season two of the hit reality TV show.
Richards, who was previously accused of bullying Glanville, revealed that both she and her co-star have moved past the drama, which also involved Kyle's sister Kim. The pair is now subsequently in a good space during season three, which aired on Nov. 5.
"Brandi and I are in a much better place. It could not get much worse, that's for sure!" Richards told Us magazine. "I'm getting to know her better and she's getting to know me better, but we definitely clash at times. She sometimes says things that I find to be below the belt or offensive, but I've tried to deal with it in a different manner."
The 43-year-old mother of four was forced to apologize for hiding Glanville's crutches in one particular scene during season two. Both she and Kim engaged in a screaming match against Glanville during a night out and it ended with the sisters ridiculing Glanville, 39, who was left hopping around as she searched for the crutches.
Richards confirmed that she is now in a good place with all of her co-stars, leading some critics to question whether she is attempting to revamp her image in season three after receiving widespread backlash for her treatment towards some of her fellow cast mates in prior seasons.
In July it was claimed that Richards underwent intense plastic surgery consisting of liposuction, also known as "fat modeling," ahead of season three of the Bravo TV show.
"Kyle went and had full body lipo. The doctor sculpted and toned her perfectly and she was completely thrilled with the results. It wasn't a dramatic difference, but the overall change is amazing. She looks and feels better than she ever has. She only lost about 15-20 pounds in total, but it was all from the right places, the trouble spots that she couldn't get rid of through exercise or diet alone," a source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com.