Most people learned about the “birds and the bees” from their parents, likely with vague phrases and maybe diagrams that made everything uncomfortable for every one. But for Lisa Rinna’s teenage daughters, the process was raised to wild new heights — and she did it all by accident.
In a sneak peek for the next episode of her reality show “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Rinna’s daughters — Delilah Belle, 19, and Amelia Gray, 16, with husband and actor Harry Hamlin, 66, — shocked their mom and her co-star by revealing that they learned way more about sex than they’d ever wanted from reading their mom’s 2009 book “Rinnavation.”
“I know about you watching porn,” Delilah Belle told her mom. “I’m not gonna lie but your sex book, like, taught me.”
“I never thought in a million years that my own children would read the book,” Lisa admitted during her confessional.
Delilah continued her wild revelations, confirming that her mother’s book was one giant “TMI.”
“I was, like 12, when I saw this,” she said. “It literally teaches you to give head.”
Rinna’s younger daughter agreed, adding “Very precisely.”
Rinna attempted to diffuse the situation joking, “If you’re gonna learn, you better learn it right.”
“I don’t know if I wanted to learn it from you!” proclaimed the 19-year-old before breaking into laughter.
Rinna, 54, then gave an enthusiastic reading of the raunchy passage from her book, but even she couldn’t keep from laughing at the outrageous content.
“How could I put this in a book!” exclaimed the “Days of Our Lives” alum.
“Am I a perfect mother? No. Do I worry that I haven’t given them enough? Of course I do,” she added. “Our job as parents is to give our kids the tools so they go out in the world and conquer it.”
“You just don’t think that you’re actually gonna give them this,” miming an explicit motion that viewers can figure out pretty quickly.
In addition to “Rinnavation: Getting Your Best Life Ever,” — a New York Times best-seller which means someone somewhere is definitely learning a thing or three — the TV personality also co-wrote “The Big, Fun, Sexy Sex Book.” And yep, the title pretty much says it all.