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It has just been announced that Crystal Kung Minkoff will be joining The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.


Crystal Kung Minkoff

Along with living in Beverly Hills, we know that Crystal Kung Minkoff is a businesswoman, a mom, and a wife. She and movie director Rob Minkoff, known for working on the original The Lion King, Stuart Little 1 and 2, and Mr. Peabody and Sherman, have been married since 2007. Kung Minkoff actually worked as an extra on one of her husband's movies, The Forbidden Kingdom. The two have a son named Max, 8, and a daughter named Zoe, 5.

Real Coco

Crystal Kung Minkoff is also an entrepreneur, as she started Real Coco, a company devoted to sharing products made from coconuts in order to promote a healthy plant-based lifestyle. Her products include coconut water, coconut milk, coconut milk coffee creamers, and some coconut snacks.

'RHOBH' Season 11

With the season 10 of RHOBH having ended in September of 2020, fans saw the last episodes with housewives Denise Richards and Teddi Mellencamp, as the two won't be returning for season 11. Returning will be housewives Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Kyle Richards, and Erika Jayne.

Kyle Richard's sister, Kathy Hilton, is actually friends with Crystal Kung Minkoff, as she posted on IG after attending a Christmas Party hosted by Kathy Hilton and her husband.

For now, we will have to wait and see how Crystal Kung Minkoff adjusts to becoming a real housewife of Beverly Hills!

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