Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder confirms two fueding Bravlobrities are invited to her wedding.
The bride-to-be said former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills friends, Lisa Vanderpump and Teddi Mellancamp, are definitely on the guest list for her big day.
Stassi told Watch What Happens Live host and network exec Andy Cohen last night: "It's so separate. I mean Beau has been friends with Edwin for a really long time...
"So that's how I became friends with Teddi."
The 31-year-old best selling author and fiancé Beau Clark got engaged this past July.
He popped the question in her idea of an extremely romantic setting: a cemetery.
Now they're planning a October 2020 wedding in Rome, according to HollywoodLife.
Meanwhile, RHOBH's Teddi and Lisa fell out amid last season's infamous "Puppygate" scandal.
The story line saw Teddi and some of the other housewives accuse Lisa of lying about a dog adoption gone wrong.
Lisa subsequently left the show and she's not returning for the upcoming season.
But Stassi seems confident the two former friends can coexist in honor of her special day.
As for other VPR cast members coming to the wedding, Stassi said James Kennedy is a definite no.
She commented on WWHL: "I've never been close to James."
And the third member of the "Witches of Weho" group Kristen Doute and Stassi have been on the outs for some time.
It was actually Kristen, though, who first introduced Stassi and Beau.
Stassi said of the likelihood she'll be getting an invite: "Percentage wise? It's like a 50/50."
Bravo caught up with the Stassi and Beau recently venue shopping in the Eternal City.
Stassi said of their top choice" "It is technically a villa, but it is grand, and it overlooks the whole city of Rome.
"And I just feel like, just imagining getting married, and then like, at dusk... overlooking the whole city of Rome and the lights, I just feel like that's spectacular, and like Meghan Markle would totally do that. It's like baller status s**t."
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