Over the weekend, Lisa Rinna and her two daughters, Amelia and Delilah owned the catwalk as they strutted their stuff at the Dennis Basso New York Fashion Week show.
On February 9, "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star looked every bit a supermodel while appearing on the runway for Dennis Basso dresses in a hot strapless pink gown and a long train.
Lisa's daughters donned similarly colored creations, and the trio even closed out the show while those in attendance cheered them on.
On cloud nine, Lisa turned to social media and shared several pictures and video clips from the event. Alongside a stunning picture of the 56-year-old alone on the runway, she wrote:
"Thank you @dennisbasso what a beautiful show!! The little supermodel that lives in my head is LIVING FOR THIS MOMENT!"
The picture quickly racked up views, and fellow actress Eileen Davidson couldn't help but comment that she felt "thrilled" for Lisa. Dennis Basso also responded with a sweet comment and wrote:
Amelia and Delilah also walked for The Blonds in New York City, and Lisa couldn't be more proud. Alongside a video of her daughters working their magic on the catwalk, Lisa wrote:
"EPIC DAY!!!! The girls walking for @theblondsny I AM SUCH A PROUD MOMMA!!!"
In 2017, Delilah struck gold when she signed with IMG models after making her debut on the runway in Tommy Hilfiger's show during New York Fashion Week in September 2016.
Even though the camera loves Delilah, she never planned on starting a modeling career. Instead, the modeling career came looking for her when she least expected.
After Delilah posted several pictures Amelia took of her in their backyard on Instagram, Elite models contacted Delilah through her mom.
Soon after, the agency flew Delilah and Lisa out to meet everyone, and her career just kept growing with leaps and bounds since then, and she even learned how to do the model walk from none other than Gigi Hadid.
Two years ago, Amelia candidly shared her struggle with anorexia in 2017, and she decided upon a lengthy post on Instagram in the hope of inspiring other young women.
At the time, Amelia said that one in every 200 women suffer from anorexia, and she wanted to help. Although it was a bumpy road, she got to the point where she decided to love herself and take care of herself.
Amelia posted two pictures that made comparison easy, and it showed that she had put on enough weight in between to bring back her natural curves.