Buying Beverly Hills: How old are Kyle Richards' daughters?

Learn more about Kyle Richards' talented daughters, who all appear on the Netflix occu-soap Buying Beverly Hills.

Buying Beverly Hills. (L to R) Farrah Brittany, Alexia Umansky, Sophia Umansky in episode 201 of Buying Beverly Hills. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024
Buying Beverly Hills. (L to R) Farrah Brittany, Alexia Umansky, Sophia Umansky in episode 201 of Buying Beverly Hills. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024 /

Buying Beverly Hills is back with its second season on Netflix and the reality series has generated a lot of discussion since its premiere, namely because Netflix somehow nabbed the exclusive scoop on the separation of Kyle Richards and husband Mauricio Umansky.

Considering the thirteenth season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills just wrapped, fans were shocked that Kyle neglected to mention her marital problems on the latest Bravo season and soon learned they'd have to pivot to Netflix to learn the full story.

While the separation is a significant part of Buying Beverly Hills season 2, it's not the only thing about the show, which follows the lives of the employees working for The Agency, a luxury real estate company owned by Mauricio. Three of Kyle's daughters work for The Agency and feature prominently in the series. Keep reading to learn more about them!

Farrah Brittany Aldjufrie

Farrah, 35, is the daughter of Kyle Richards and her ex-husband Guraish Aldjufrie, who she was married to from 1988 to 1992. Kyle gave birth to Farrah when she was just 19 years old.

In Buying Beverly Hills season 2, fans were privy to Farrah's continued work as a real estate agent at Mauricio Umansky's luxury real estate company The Agency. Formerly engaged to Beverly Hills Car Club Owner Alex Manos, we see their split play out across the second season.

Farrah told Entertainment Tonight that the breakup was a "very sensitive subject to be playing out on TV, but it is what it is," and she's currently focused on herself and her family.

Alexia Simone Umansky

Alexia is Kyle's second-eldest daughter and the oldest of her children with her soon-to-be ex-husband Mauricio Umansky. Long-time fans of Kyle and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills likely remember seeing little Alexia on the show alongside her sisters.

She first started appearing on the Bravo series in 2010 and was rather infamously involved in a brutal attack by her aunt Kim Richards' Pit bull. The incident resulted in a then-18 year old Alexia needing to get surgery.

On the business side of things, Alexia previously attended Emerson College where she studied marketing communication. She works at The Agency with her family and told People Magazine she felt "nervous" to go on Buying Beverly Hills.

"It's really scary putting your career out there for people to see, especially when you're trying so hard to make it and prove something."

Sophia Kylie Umansky

After only being billed as a guest star in Buying Beverly Hills season 1, Sophia was promoted to the main cast for season 2 and now works alongside her sisters and father at The Agency. She is the second-oldest daughter born to Mauricio and Kyle.

Before joining the occu-soap, Sophia attended George Washington University and graduated in 2022. She began interning at The Agency in May 2023 and Alexia and Farrah have helped her to navigate the business.

Portia Umansky
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Portia Umansky

  • Age: 16 (March 1, 2008)

Portia Umansky is Kyle and Mauricio's youngest daughter. A teenager, Portia was still a toddler when she made her debut on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Unlike her sisters, Portia appears to be more interested in pursuing an acting career, following in the footsteps of her mother, who, outside of Real Housewives, is best known for starring in the Halloween franchise. She made her acting debut in Kyle's Christmas movie The Housewives of the North Pole. Despite not working for The Agency, Portia does appear in at least one episode of the Netflix reality show's second season.

Both seasons of Buying Beverly Hills are now streaming on Netflix and you can catch up on all 13 seasons of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Peacock.

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