Lisa Rinna hasn’t seen mom Lois since ‘last Christmas’ due to pandemic

Lisa Rinna hasn’t seen mom Lois since ‘last Christmas’ due to pandemic

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Lisa Rinna hasn’t seen her 91-year-old mother, Lois Rinna, in nearly a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hill” star, 57, shared on Instagram Wednesday a sweet video of herself dancing with her mom.

She captioned it, “We haven’t seen Lois since last Christmas. She is doing great I’m so happy to report, but we Miss her so much!!!”

Like many families, they appear to be taking precautions and not visiting Lois in person since older adults are in the highest risk groups if they contract COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

On Wednesday, it was reported that three “RHOBH” stars tested positive for the coronavirus.

Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsely, and new “Friend of the Housewives” Kathy Hilton contracted COVID-19 and were the reason production on Season 11 was halted.

A source previously told us, filming was “temporarily suspended” and “proper protocol” is being followed.

Lisa has not shared that she has experienced any symptoms herself, and it is unclear if she will try to reunite with her mom in time for the holidays.

Last year, on Dec. 23, Lois, Lisa, Lisa’s husband Harry Hamlin, and their two daughters, Amelia Gray Hamlin, 19, and Delilah Belle Hamlin, 22, were photographed taking part in Los Angeles Missions’ Christmas Celebration on Skid Row.

Lois has appeared on many episodes of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” and once opened up about her scary experience escaping a serial killer in her youth.

Lisa said after the episode aired, “I am so proud of my Mom and I know Dad is watching from heaven and is so proud of you Mama! I love you!”

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