Denise Richards spoke about her ex-husband Charlie Sheen on Tuesday on Watch What Happens Live as her new husband Aaron Phypers was nearby behind the bar.
A caller asked Denise, 48, what was more dramatic being married to Charlie or starring on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.
‘Different situation,’ answered Denise who was married to Charlie from 2002 to 2006.
Good question: Denise Richards was asked to compare being married to Charlie Sheen to starring on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills on Tuesday on Watch What Happens Live
‘I love all these women and I’ve had a good time. I love my season. I really had a great time with all the women,’ she said.
Denise joined the Bravo show as a regular cast member during the current ninth season.
Show host Andy Cohen, 51, asked if Charlie has watched the show.
‘I’m sure he has. Absolutely,’ Denise said smiling.
New husband: Aaron Phypers was behind the bar at the Bravo clubhouse as his wife Denise was a guest on the chat show
Her husband Aaron Phypers, 46, was behind the bar at the Bravo clubhouse and Kyle Richards, 50, joined her as a guest.
Denise also was asked for her thoughts on Lisa Vanderpump, 58, deciding to skip the season nine reunion.
‘I think that the professional thing to do is show up when you commit to doing something,’ Denise said.
Together again: Kyle Richards joined Denise as a guest on the show
‘I personally would’ve loved to have seen here there,’ she added.
Denise and Aaron who got married last September in Malibu played a game together on the show called Who’s Under The Sheets With Aaron and Denise.
They had to guess who was joining them in bed based on clues given by Kyle.
The host: Andy Cohen relayed questions to Denise and Kyle from viewers
‘Head b**** in charge of England,’ Kyle offered up after being shown a picture of Queen Elizabeth.
‘The Queen,’ Denise answered correctly.
‘That was so disrespectful,’ Kyle said chiding herself.
Andy asked Aaron if there were any regrets about Denise spilling details about their sex life on the reality show.
‘I support her in everything. It’s all good,’ Aaron said.
All good: Aaron said he supported his wife in everything