Kyle Richards continues to vacation in Aspen after beating COVID-19 earlier this month… as filming on RHOBH is still suspended
On Monday, the 51-year-old reality TV sensation was seen taking a walk by herself through the snowy streets of downtown Aspen.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star gave a wave to the cameras as she enjoyed a little alone time in the winter weather.
Taking it easy: Kyle Richards was spotted taking a walk in Aspen on Monday while taking advantage of the time off from filming RHOBH, which was suspended due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests
Richards was spotted in a large brown fuzzy overcoat which she wore to stay warm in the freezing Colorado weather.
The reality television personality paired the coat with a set of black sweatpants that had been purposefully bleached on numerous parts of the pant legs; she also could be seen in a pair of matching studded boots.
She also wore a black Chanel beanie to make sure her head stayed cozy in the snowy landscape and a set of black leather gloves.
The Halloween actress carried a black Prada bag in order to keep her personal belongings close to her.
Getting better: Richards battled with the disease earlier this month and by all accounts has made a successful recovery
Staying close: The reality television personality has been vacationing in Colorado during the Christmas holiday
Richards allowed her flowing brunette hair to fall down past her shoulders for the length of her stroll.
To keep herself safe from the recent rise of COVID-19 cases nationwide, the media personality wore a large white face mask as she stepped outside.
The RHOBH star previously underwent a bout with coronavirus earlier this month along with her daughter Sophia, who also tested positive for the disease.
She announced the news in an Instagram post where she mentioned that the two would be isolating from the rest of their family members as they fought the virus; the two recovered sometime during the middle of the month.
Not the only one: The media personality’s daughter Sophia also was infected with the disease; the mother and daughter isolated from their family while they recovered
Richards’ fellow cast members Kathy Hilton and Dorit Kemsley also tested positive for the virus around the same time that Richards did, and they have both since recovered.
Out of caution, production on the Beverly Hills iteration of the series was postponed until further notice, and filming has not yet resumed.
Other cast and crew members across the Bravo franchise have been affected by COVID-19, which has caused similar shutdowns on production and has caused other castmates to go into quarantine for their safety.
In November, production on the Atlanta iteration of the show was suspended due to a crew member testing positive for the disease; filming has not yet resumed.
Recently, Real Housewives Of Dallas cast member D’Andra Simmons has been hospitalized after the virus caused her oxygen levels to drop dramatically.
Not the only one: Richards’ castmates Kathy Hilton and Dorit Kemsley also tested positive for the virus this month