"My husband and I didn't have two nickels to rub together when we got married, so a prenup was not an option or even talked about," said RHOBH star Kyle Richards

By Karen Mizoguchi
June 21, 2017 10:01 PM

Some fan favorites from the Real Housewives franchise spoke candidly about what would happen financially if their marriages don’t work out in a game of Which Real Housewives Have Signed on the Prenup Dotted Line?

Beverly HillsLisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards and Erika Girardi revealed if they had or hadn’t signed prenuptial agreements for a segment on the season 2 finale of Andy Cohen’s Then & Now on Wednesday evening.

“My husband and I didn’t have two nickels to rub together when we got married, so a prenup was not an option or even talked about,” said Richards. “But if I were to marry somebody who had less money than me, I would probably make them sign a prenup. But if I were getting married to somebody with a lot of money, no I wouldn’t sign one.”

Similarly, Vanderpump also didn’t have a prenup when she got married. “I think we were so in love, it wasn’t even a consideration,” she explained.

“I don’t have a prenup,” the wife of high-profile attorney Tom Girardi admitted. “But let me tell you something, let me be very clear. I’m married to a very powerful lawyer. A prenup wouldn’t stand in his way anyway. So it doesn’t matter whether you had one or you didn’t, it’s gonna be all Tom’s way, I assure you. … He’ll rip that piece of paper to shreds in two seconds!”

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Former RHOBH star Camille Grammer even dished on her divorce settlement from ex-husband and actor Kelsey Grammer.

“Thank God I didn’t have a prenup. Thank you Kelsey. I guess you loved me at one point,” said Camille, who received $30 million after ending their 14-year marriage in 2011.

“If I get married again, I will absolutely insist on a prenup,” admitted Camille.

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Also answering the burning question were Atlanta‘s Kandi Burruss (who has a prenup) and Orange County‘s Shannon Beador (who does not have one).

Andy Cohen’s Then & Now airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on Bravo.