Kyle Richards teased her family’s holiday plans as she and Mauricio Umansky navigate uncharted waters in their relationship.
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” OG, 54, told TMZ that she’s already figured out this year’s Christmas celebration plans, which will include her estranged husband.
“We get along,” the mom of four told the outlet. “We’re just taking everything a day at a time.”
The Bravolebrities share three daughters together: Alexia, 27, Sophia, 23, and Portia, 15. Umansky also helped raise Farrah Brittany, 34, whom Richards welcomed in her first marriage to Guraish Aldjufrie.
The former couple recently welcomed in the festive season with a sweet holiday card with their kids.
An image of the card was shared by Alexia, via her Instagram Story on Dec. 3.
The snap, which came with no caption, sees Richards and Umansky, 53, nestled near each other in front of a giant Christmas tree with their children surrounding them.
The group took the pic during an evening of shopping at Los Angeles’ famed outdoor mall The Grove.
The exes recently celebrated Thanksgiving together, along with their daughters.
The Agency co-founder shared a video of the celebration on social media, which showed Richards cooking up a storm in the kitchen.
“The turkey has been cut and it has been cooked,” Umansky said in a clip before turning the camera away from his face to show his estranged wife.
“Let me see [the food],” the real estate broker said before oohing and ahhing. “Can you lift up the turkey? Can you lift up the next [lid]?”
After Richards, 54, showed off mashed potatoes, peas and more, Umansky gushed over the “cookies, extra turkey [and] cranberry” awaiting them.
“We are good!” he exclaimed.
Umansky subsequently made an appearance on Richards’ own Instagram Story as she filmed the three German Shepherd dogs in her home.
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The pair had previously linked up to celebrate the Fourth of July as a family.
Additionally, they vacationed together on a yacht the following month.
During her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live!” in October, Richards told Andy Cohen that she and Umansky are still living together despite the separation.
Page Six confirmed in July that the fan-favorite couple, who tied the knot in January 1996, decided to separate.
The couple admitted to a “challenging” year in a joint Instagram statement, writing at the time, “We both love and respect each other tremendously. … There has been no wrongdoing on anyone’s part.”
Shortly after news of their separation came to light, Richards and Umansky released a joint statement clarifying that any reports of them “divorcing are untrue.”