My thoughts exactly. Kyle isn't exactly innocent. She does have a subtle way of making digs (with Camille, her sister, and in general) ... although I believe they are completely uninentional and not meant to be mean spirited.Originally Posted by mkt1964;4103626;
My arm-chair psychology analysis - Camille and Kim are jealous of each other. I'm guessing they are pretty close in age relative to the other housewives and each has things the other wants. Taylor is probably in the same age range, but I don't think she brings anything to the table that either Kyle or Camille want.
Kyle has a loving and attentive husband, great friends and family. Plus, she is authentic - not a Hollywood phoney. In otherwords, Kyle has everything Camille does not.
Camille has wealth, fame, and sex appeal (in a Playboy kind of way). I don't think Kyle aspires to these things, but I do think she is a bit intimidated by them where Camille is concerned.
Kyle does seem to care about image and status. While she seems VERY happy with what she has, it's not as much as what her friends have, and I think it eats at her a bit. It's more palatable when women who have more are older, but with Camille, it's direct competition.
Reg. the fight....Kyle's attempt at resolving the dispute in NYC was unfortunate. Calling Camille insecure (which is basically what she did) was neither smart nor appropriate. I believe her intentions were pure and her analysis of Camille spot on, but she should have chosen her words more thoughtfully.
Camille, on the other hand, responded in a very immature way that demonstrates the same insecurity Kyle was referring to.
While we weren't witness to the original spat, I'm guessing the very same thing happened. Kyle probably said something inppropriate (but not meant to be mean-spirited) and Camille's insecurities blew it out of proportion.