As the group attempts to co-parent their two sons, Mason and Jake, as they remain under strict quarantine orders in their home state of California, a report from Hollywood Life has shared new details about the relationship between them and confirmed that they will never be the “best of friends,” despite the fact that they all want the best for their boys.
“LeAnn, Eddie and Brandi do the best they can to get along, but they will never be the best of friends,” a source told the outlet on April 19. “They don’t really get along, but Brandi is more outspoken about things than LeAnn and Eddie because that’s Brandi’s personality.”
As Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans may have seen, Glanville took to Twitter weeks ago to slam Cibrian and Rimes for not modifying their custody agreement in the wake of the stay-at-home order.
“She’s no BS and tells it just like it is. They’ve come a really long way, but they live very different lives and struggle to get along properly,” the insider continued.
According to the report, Cibrian and Rimes prefer a quieter life at home while Glanville loves to go out and live her life in the spotlight.
“They don’t really have an opinion when it comes to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or the drama with Denise Richards,” the source said.
Luckily, despite their differing life choices, the parties have a common ground.
“They just want the best for the boys,” the source shared. “They figure Brandi lives her life and they live theirs and they communicate when they need to for the kids and that’s it. Everyone feels they try their best, but they’re just on opposite sides of the spectrum when it comes to their lifestyles and personalities and it is what it is.”
Glanville and Cibrian split in 2009 after his affair with Rimes was exposed.
Because of their turmoil-filled past, Glanville continues to struggle to see eye-to-eye with Cibrian and Rimes.
“She does her best to put everything aside and put a smile on her face for the sake of her boys, but it’s not easy for her,” an insider told Hollywood Life in December. “Despite time passing, it’s still really hard what she had to go through, and there’s still a lot of hurt and anger there even though everyone’s moved on.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.