Kyle Richards picks up an assortment of flowers during a grocery run in Los Angeles… after her case of COVID-19 ‘closed RHOBH set’
Kyle Richards was spotted carrying a bright assortment of flowers during a grocery run in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles on Friday.
The 52-year-old beauty wore a stylish outfit as she added a large face mask.
This sighting comes after the star has recovered from COVID-19 which reportedly shut down the set of her show Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills in December. Her sister Kathy Hilton and friend Dorit Kemsley also reportedly fell ill.
Stepping out: On Thursday, Kyle Richards was spotted picking up flowers during a shopping trip in Los Angeles
Richards was dressed in a beige v-neck sweater that kept her warm in the rainy weather.
She paired her top with a set of sandals and cropped dark blue jeans as she carried a brown Hermes Kelly bag.
The reality television personality wore a two gold necklaces and a large ring on her right hand.
The Halloween actress also allowed her beautiful brunette hair to hang down onto her shoulders as she picked up her groceries.
On the mend: The reality television star recently recovered from a bout with COVID-19; her daughter Sophia also tested positive for the virus
Extra safe: In order to prevent herself from catching the virus a second time, Richards was seen wearing a large white facial covering; here she is seen carrying platform shoes
She also utilized a large white facial covering to diminish the potential risk of contracting COVID-19 for a second time.
According to TMZ, RHOBH started filming in October but had to be shut down in December when Kylie, Kathy and Dorit got COVID.
The star first announced that she had tested positive for the virus in December of last year.
Richards broke the news through her Instagram account.
In her post, the personality noted that her daughter Sophia, 21, had also been infected with the virus and that they would follow social distancing protocols for the duration of their illness.
Getting it out there: The RHOBH star made the announcement about her diagnosis in a post made to her Instagram account
Doing okay: Two weeks after announcing that she had tested positive for coronavirus, Richards made an Instagram post to let her followers know that she was feeling better
‘We will stay in isolation until it’s safe to see the family and others again.’ She added, ‘I can’t wait to hug them.’
Two weeks after announcing the news, the reality television star made another Instagram post to let her fans know that she was feeling better.
Numerous other cast members from other versions of the Bravo franchise have dealt with the impact of the coronavirus as well.
In December, Real Housewives Of Dallas star D’Andra Simmons was hospitalized after contracting the disease.
Earlier this month, production on the New York iteration was shut down after a yet-unnamed cast member tested positive for COVID-19.
Filming on the show was previously halted in October of last year due to a crew member being diagnosed with the virus.
Not alone: Last year, Richards’ castmates Kathy Hilton and Dorit Kemsley both tested positive for COVID-19; the former two are seen in 2019