Vanderpump was open to moving forward — admitting that she preferred the side of Rinna when “she’s not calling me an evil manipulative bitch.” But Vanderpump told Rinna she wanted “a f—— apology” first.RELATED: Lisa Rinna Brings Model Daughter Delilah Out as Her Red Carpet Date
Rinna obliged. “I’m sorry for treating you and being hard on you,” she said. “I was hard on you. So I will apologize for that. I’m sorry for being so hard on you. And I’m not proud of it. ”
It shocked Vanderpump, who swiftly agreed to move on. “I never thought I’d actually get an apology from Rinna,” she told viewers. “So this just [small] bit of remorse gives me little bit of hope for the future.”
“I think that’s as good as it’s gonna get with Lisa Vanderpump,” Rinna remarked. “I’m hopeful that’s closure and we’re moving forward.”
The Melrose Place alum wanted to move forward too. As she told Kyle Richards, the death of her father gave her a new perspective on things.
“I think that we were so divided and everybody got on one thing and wouldn’t get off of it,” she said. “As I was saying to Eileen, once you lose a parent or once you lose someone close to you, for me — everything changed. My perspective, it was like, life’s too short. You have to accept someone for who they are and get on with it. You can get over it. it just takes time.”
While Vanderpump and Rinna were able to kiss and make up, it wasn’t as easy for Vanderpump and Eileen Davidson. Vanderpump was still holding on to a lot of the resentment, even complaining to husband Ken Todd that Davidson was “pretty cold” when the two had seen one another at Erika Girardi’s 45th birthday party the week prior.