It’s all hunky dory between Kathy Hilton and Kyle Richards again.
“We’re amazing,” Hilton told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday about her current relationship with her half-sister, with whom she’s been feuding for years.
Hilton, 63, hasn’t revealed what exactly happened between her and Richards, 53, this time around, but the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” trailer released in April teased that they were having a rough season.
“I feel like you hate me or something. How could you say those things?” Richards tearfully asked Hilton in an emotional conversation, which has yet to air on Season 12.
Hilton admitted to “ET” that she “said some things out of frustration” and “some things I shouldn’t have said.”
However, she said, “I have apologized to Kyle.”
The reality stars may be on good terms now, but Richards confirmed on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” in May that they hadn’t spoken to each other due to a “rough patch” they hit during filming.
They eventually got back together after the death of a close friend brought them back together.
Hilton also clarified on Wednesday that she and her other half-sister, Kim Richards, who starred in the early seasons of “RHOBH,” “have never had a problem.”
The three sisters have notoriously had their ups and downs — including Kim, 57, and Hilton, who haven’t spoken to Kyle for years.
In 2015, Kyle developed a script series called “American Woman,” which was loosely based on the life of their late mother Kathleen Richards. Kim and Hilton boycott the show and their relationship with Kyle.
“I really thought we were never going to argue again,” Kyle told Vidak For Congress in May. “We haven’t talked for so long, [and] it was so painful for us and our kids, and I was like, we would never put ourselves in that position again.”
Kyle also teased that fans will see their “complicated and complex” relationship play out in the final season of “RHOBH.”
“I feel like my sisters and I, we’re arguing, we’re making up, we’re blood,” she told us. “I don’t know if everyone is like that. The fact that we are on television makes things more complicated.”
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.