By Jacqueline Lindenberg For Dailymail.Com 23:38 22 Mar 2023, updated 00:25 23 Mar 2023
Kyle Richards flaunted her toned frame by sharing a quick mirror selfie to her Instagram Stories during a productive workout session on Wednesday.
The 54-year-old Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star, who has adamantly denied taking Ozempic to lose weight, was spotted in monochromatic fitness attire as she worked out on weekdays.
Standing on a mat placed in the center of the room, the reality star wore a simple black tank top and molded black alo leggings from the high-end fitness brand.
To add a touch of color to her entire ensemble, the TV personality slipped on a pair of high-top sneakers that included shades of pink and white.
Her brunette locks were pulled back into a ponytail, allowing long strands to end at the sides of her face.
Fitness session: Kyle Richards, 54, flaunted her toned frame by sharing a quick mirror selfie to her Instagram Stories during a productive workout session on Wednesday
Training equipment could be seen around the media star, who currently has 4.1 million followers on Instagram.
Natural sunlight streamed in through French doors located on the opposite side of the room behind her, along with a smaller, round window on the wall.
Kyle has in the past shared snaps of herself at the small home gym while enjoying fitness routines.
Also on Wednesday, the mother-of-four uploaded a snap of herself playing pool while dressed to the nines in a stylish black mini dress with statement rhinestone straps.
While enjoying the game at a birthday party, the star added a quick caption over the photo by typing “straight shooter.”
The TV personality has recently slammed rumors that she is taking the drug Ozempic to lose weight.
The drug is usually prescribed to people who have type 2 diabetes and need to improve their blood sugar. In 2021, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved Ozempic for use by people suffering from generalized obesity.
Richards spoke out against the “frustrating” rumors last February, telling Page Six at the time, “I had never heard of it.”
Playtime: Also on Wednesday, the mother-of-four uploaded a snap of herself playing pool, while dressed down to the last detail in a fashionable black mini dress with eye-catching rhinestone straps to help achieve weight loss
“I had heard about it when they accused me, but I had already lost weight when I heard about Ozempic, so it was really frustrating for me,” she explained to the outlet.
The star continued, “What I don’t want to lose from this is that I want to be able to inspire people.”
Kyle expressed that her slimmer figure was simply due to a healthier lifestyle and being sober.
“I quit drinking almost seven months ago, I don’t eat anything bad, sugar, pizza, donuts, carbs… so I’d rather inspire than people make up stories about me,” adding that she’s checking in at the gym. for two hours every day.’
The reality star adamantly explained: “I’ve never tried Ozempic, none of those diet drugs, and to hear now that diabetics can’t even get their hands on it would be grossly irresponsible to do so, so it is for me particularly offensive.”
Later last month, Kyle defended herself again when Real Housewives Of New Jersey star Melissa Gorga accused Richards of taking the medication to achieve her slim figure.
In the comments section of an Instagram post, the star – who is currently married to Mauricio Umansky – slammed a social media user who claimed she was taking the drug, while also saying that a Real Housewives star “told her” to Page six .
“That’s not true,” she explained simply, adding, “My fellow housewives never said anything like that. Another housewife from another franchise, aka Melissa, said she assumed it was me, but then texted me an apology.
A healthy lifestyle: Kyle expressed that her slimmer figure is simply due to a healthier lifestyle and being sober
Melissa Gorga called Kyle about taking Ozempic during an appearance on Sirius XM’s Jeff Lewis Live in early January.
However, she later explained that after Richards publicly slammed the rumors, she retracted what she originally said about the reality star.
Other celebs have hit back at rumors they’ve been taking the diabetes drug, including model Julia Fox.
Earlier this month, the Uncut Gems actress explained on her Forbidden Fruits podcast, “All these people come up because of me and say I’m taking the weight loss stuff… people say I’m taking Ozempic or whatever it’s called.”
“I’m not, and I’ve never… I would never do that. There are diabetics who need it,” admitted the mother-of-one.
Shahs Of Sunset star Golnesa ‘GG’ Gharachedaghi was a star to reveal she was taking Ozempic for weight loss purposes.
In a lengthy video shared on her main Instagram page last February, she opened up on taking the medication to her followers and also showed how the shot works.
But soon after, the personality received backlash from social media users, with one writing: “Leave the meds to those with medical conditions!”