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‘Reаl Houѕewiveѕ’ ѕtarѕ Dorіt аnd P.K. Kemѕley аnnounce ‘ѕome tіme аpаrt’ from mаrriаge

Dorit Kemsley and P.K. Kemsley are taking some “some time apart” from their nine-year marriage.

The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star announced she was pumping the breaks her marriage to the British businessman in a lengthy joint statement on social media Thursday.

“We as a couple have been subject to a lot of speculation about our marriage. We have had out struggles over the past few years and continue to work through them as two people who love each other and share two amazing children together,” the statement read.

“To safeguard our deep friendship and maintain a harmonious environment for our children we have made the mutual and difficult decision to take some time apart and reevaluate our relationship while we prioritize our children. We appreciate your love and support while we continue to do the work necessary throughout this journey,” the couple said.

The news comes a week after Kemsley’s “Housewives” co-star Kyle Richards removed her husband, real estate mogul Mauricio Umansky’s last name from her Instagram bio.

The frenemies, whose respective marriage troubles were the subject of drama and controversy on Season 13 of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” had an on-air spat during the show’s three-part reunion in March.

Dorit Kemsley, a cast member on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” is taking some time apart from husband P.K. Kemsley, the pair announced Thursday.

In 2021, The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that Dorit Kemsley was the subject of a home invasion Wednesday evening in the city’s wealthy Encino neighborhood. The break-in was detailed on Season 12 of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Kemsley joined the cast of “RHOBH” as a diamond holder in 2016.

While Bravo, which airs the “Real Housewives” franchise, has not publicly announced Kemsley or Richards’ return to “Real Housewives,” both Crystal Kung Minkoff and one-season wonder Annemarie Wiley announced their departures after Season 13 stopped airing this spring.

“I just wanted to share the news that I will not be coming back to film Season 14 of ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’ It’s very bittersweet,” Kung Minkoff said. “Never did I think I would have been asked to do the show in a million years, let alone film it for three seasons. Every single year I was asked back, it was a blessing. It was an honor.”