Before their turns on Bravo, these future Housewives posed for the iconic franchise
With season 13 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiering on Bravo on Oct. 25, Playboy dipped into its celebrity archives to share photos of the Housewives stars who've posed for the brand through the years.
From a young Jeana Keough to a confident Garcelle Beauvais, take a look back at their stunning photos.
Months after giving birth to daughter Sam Sheen, RHOBH's Denise Richards posed for Playboy in 2004. Years later, she told her about the shoot after Sam and sister Lola found out about it on their own.
“They heard that I was in Playboy. I didn’t even think that they would know what that is … [but] now kids can go on the Internet and see all kinds of things," Richards said on a 2019 episode of the Daddy Issues podcast. "They don't Google [me]. I don't think they want to know certain things, either, so they've heard bits and pieces. I'm honest with them."
Camille Grammer Meyer
Camille Grammer Meyer of RHOBH fame posed for several Playboy publications in her earlier modeling years, returning in 2011 (above) after she joined the Bravo franchise.
"I really wanted to do it for me," Beauvais told Chris Yandek in 2007, the year she did the magazine's cover. "I think as you get older you're more comfortable in your skin. Definitely the hang-ups are a lot less than they were when I was in my 20s."
"It's all [done] with taste, class," she told Access Hollywood. "It's very artistic. It's going to take Playboy to a level they've never gone before, so it's going to be really classy and beautiful."
When RHONY's Kelly Bensimon stepped in front of the cameras in 2010, she was photographed by none other than her ex-husband, famed photographer Gilles Bensimon.
"I'm thrilled to be on the cover and show what sexy looks like at 41," she told Page Six at the time.
In a 2008 story for Bravo, RHOC's Jeana Keough revealed that as a one-time Playboy model in 1978, "I still get my free issue for life every month."
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