10 Things You Didn’t Know About Lisa Rinna And Harry Hamlin’s Relationship
Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin have been credited as one of Hollywood’s power couples ever since they got together back in 1992. Rinna is best recognized for her longtime role on Days Of Our Lives and as the host of Soap Talk while Hamlin is both a film and television actor best recognized for his role in the legal drama series, L.A. Law. They’ve been married for two decades and have been together for 26 years which is pretty incredible for two people who live in Beverly Hills and work in Hollywood! Fans have been given an insider look into these two and their marriage on more than one occasion, first when they did their own reality show back in 2010 and now as Rinna co-stars on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but we managed to dig up a few fun facts about them! Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin’s relationship!
10. How They Met
In an interview with Andy Cohen in February 2016, Hamlin revealed where he and Rinna first met — and surprisingly, it wasn’t on set. The way they met was actually largely based on chance, and if she hadn’t been there at that exact moment, they probably would have never met or gotten married! “Lisa was working in an eyeglass store in 1992, and she was closing up one night and I was having dinner with the owner of the store. She came in to give him the keys and that’s how we first actually met and talked,” he said.
9. Lisa Thanks Michael Bolton For Her Marriage
According to Lisa, Harry Hamlin was still married to his second wife, Nicollette Sheridan, when she met him. “Harry was married to Nicollette Sheridan turns out she had just left him for Michael Bolton,” she said. Lisa went on to say she thanks Bolton each time she runs into him, or at least the last two times she’s seen him. She ran into him during an episode of RHOBH and said to him: “I just have to thank you from the bottom of my heart. I would not have my beautiful girls. I would not have my husband. Michael Bolton looked at me and said, ‘You are so welcome,'” she said.