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'RHOBH': Sutton Stracke Opens Up About Never Being Invited To Lisa Rinna's House

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By Chris Barilla

Despite the fact that Lisa Rinna is quite literally the reason that Sutton Stracke is a part of the cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' it appears that the latter has never even visited Rinna's home, something that the pair discussed in a new interview on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen'.

Stracke revealed in the discussion between herself, Rinna, and Cohen that despite living fairly close to the long-term 'Real Housewives' castmember, she has never received an invitation to her home.

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When Cohen prompted the question of how far the pair actually live from one another, it was Rinna that admitted first, "Not far, maybe 10 minutes."

She then went on to gush about the home itself, which she has lived in for 28 years, in comparison to the others she has occupied through life, "I love this house," she said. "I really do. I’d never lived in a house. I mean, I lived in apartments. And I moved into this house and never left."

Sutton Stracke photographed candidly
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The fact that Rinna has been so settled in a home for quite some time and never extended an invitation to Stracke caused discussion between the three, "I’m still waiting on my invitation," Stracke commented with crossed fingers to the two. "To come [over]. I’ve never been invited," she continued to mention.

Cohen seemed taken back at the remark, and although there was a joking tone to Stracke's response, it seemed as though there was a hint of seriousness as well.

Sutton Stracke photographed candidly
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Beyond the inherent awkwardness of the joke, Rinna insisted that once coronavirus quarantine measures lessened the invitation would be extended to Stracke, "Well as soon as the corona is over, I’ll have ya over." Rinna jokingly told Stracke who responded with a wholehearted, "Yay."

Rinna then revealed that her long-term home was built by husband Harry Hamlin during a previous marriage, "[Hamlin] built it with his first wife and then they got divorced," she told Cohen and Stracke during the conversation.

The 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' cast photographed together
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"And then his second wife would not live in this house," Rinna went on to explain of her husband's prior marital situation. "She refused to live in his house. So he moved out and lived with her and when they broke up, he moved back in and I was like, f*** I don’t care. I’ll live in your house!"

Rinna then went on to confirm that Hamlin's first wife was indeed Laura Johnson and that she was confident the sequence of events was neccesary to culminate in what her life is today.

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