Lisa Vanderpump and her husband, Ken Todd, have been self-quarantining at their Beverly Hills mansion, Villa Rosa, for the past couple of weeks and sadly for the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, they reportedly have not been joined by their staff.
In an Instagram post shared on March 31, ahead of the latest episode of Vanderpump Rules, Vanderpump revealed that she’s been forced to take on the challenges of running her large home and doing tasks, including cooking and cleaning.
“After a day of scrubbing, washing Ken’s Underpants and Schnooky’s butt, cooking, cleaning, chasing ponies, vacuuming, self-manicuring and endless news, I think it’s time for a glass of wine and #VanderpumpRules – on in a minute,” she wrote in the caption of an Instagram post.
“Are you the one cleaning your house???” a fan asked in response.
“Sadly yes,” Vanderpump replied.
As fans well know, Vanderpump has maintained her position on her Bravo spinoff, Vanderpump Rules, in the months since she quit The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Last week, after going into isolation with Todd, Vanderpump shared a photo of herself and her dog on Instagram and said that she is in shock about what has happened around the world in just a few short weeks.
“I know how lucky I am, to be here safe in my house and healthy, and my thoughts and prayers really do go out to each of you affected by this horrific pandemic. I know so many people have lost income, or have caught this virus, or are working on the frontlines to combat it, and I am so deeply grateful for all the people helping in this crisis, from first responders, health workers, scientists, nurses, doctors, to grocery store employees, delivery workers, pharmacy employees etc,” she wrote.
Vanderpump went on to encourage her fans and followers who are able to make donations to visit their local food banks or team up with another organization to help others.
“I urge anyone who can to donate to a local food bank, or an organization working to combat this coronavirus. I will be making a donation to @lafoodbank and @midnightmission. Please stay home if you can and help #flattenthecurve and allow our society to try and catch up with this virus,” she said.
“In the meantime,” the longtime reality star continued, “I will try to be posting things that will hopefully take your mind off things, or peeks into our pretty boring #isolation home life of me trying not to strangle Ken daily.”
As the remaining members of the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiere for the 10th season premiere on April 15, Vanderpump can be seen in the eighth season of Vanderpump Rules every Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on Bravo.