Out and about: Lisa Rinna and husband Harry Hamlin spent one-on-one time shopping in Malibu on Saturday

Lisa Rinna Gets Out In ‘Happy And Gay’ Shirt With Husband Harry Hamlin In Malibu For Shopping

Lisa Rinna and husband Harry Hamlin spent one-on-one time shopping in Malibu on Saturday.

Lisa, 58, wore a bright red shirt that read “Happy and Gay” in pale pink lettering and black sunglasses.

Harry, 70, accompanied her on the outing in a white short-sleeved T-shirt and white pants.

Out and about: Lisa Rinna and husband Harry Hamlin spent one-on-one time shopping in Malibu on Saturday

The couple, who have been married since 1997, each carried a white paper bag.

Rinna, who rose to fame on the soap opera Days of Our Lives, complemented her bright sweater with olive green pants.

The loose-fitting pants had cargo-style pockets and the reality TV star cuffed the pants.

She was carrying a small black handbag with bamboo handles and a long black belt.

Statement: Lisa, 58, wore a bright red shirt that read 'happy and gay' in pale pink lettering and black sunglasses

Statement: Lisa, 58, wore a bright red shirt that read ‘happy and gay’ in pale pink lettering and black sunglasses

The reality TV star’s husband, co-actor and Golden Globe nominee, added a pop of color to his shoes.

He wore a pair of Nike sneakers with a multicolored print and turquoise accents in the laces and sole.

Hamlin wore thick glasses with black-rimmed glasses, a shell necklace and bracelets with black beads.

Missing from the scene were their two daughters, models Delilah, 24, and Amelia, 21.

Speaking: The outing comes as Real Housewives of New York castmate Eboni K. Williams seemingly responded to Rinna's recent comments

Speaking: The outing comes as Real Housewives of New York castmate Eboni K. Williams seemingly responded to Rinna’s recent comments

The outing comes as Real Housewives of New York castmate Eboni K. Williams seemingly responded to Rinna’s recent comments.

Eboni’s 7-minute social media video indirectly targeted an incendiary statement Lisa shared on Instagram.

In a post shared to Instagram Stories, Lisa defended herself against internet reactions suggesting that she and her non-black castmates are “racist” when arguing with fellow housewife Garcelle Beauvais.

Against a black screen, Lisa wrote in white typewriter font: ‘We fight on our show. When we fight Garcelle, we are suddenly called racist.

‘That’s bull****. I won’t accept that. I’ll express myself when and how I want and I’m not afraid of any of you h***.’

She had more to say when she followed up in another post with: “And if you’re just as triggered by our show, and a lot of you are p******, go check it out [Real Housewives of] Dubai.’

stoked!  Against a black screen, Lisa wrote in white typewriter font: 'We fight on our show.  When we argue with Garcelle we are suddenly called racist'

stoked! Against a black screen, Lisa wrote in white typewriter font: ‘We fight on our show. When we argue with Garcelle we are suddenly called racist’

Didn't: She had more to say when she followed up in another post with,

Didn’t: She had more to say when she followed up in another post with, “And if you’re just as triggered by our show, and many of you are p******, go check it out [Real Housewives of] Dubai’

Early Saturday, Eboni – lawyer, author and TV personality – added her two scents to the conversation as she shared her clip.

She called it a “community service” post and took a diplomatic approach to the situation.

Williams accompanied the video upload with a caption that said, “Yeah, you too can show up in a “fight” or conflict with black women…and NOT be racist. It is awesome.’

She offered “three tips for being a white or non-black woman and ‘fighting’ black women without feeling racist or seen.”

Her advice included “make room for black women,” “relax from suspecting everyone thinks you’re racist,” and “keep space to appear authentic and trust black women to meet you where you are.”

Finally, Eboni said that “all people come into conflict and that’s more than okay.”

Talking back: Cast members of the Dubai version of the franchise were quick to respond to Lisa's back-to-back statements

Talking back: Cast members of the Dubai version of the franchise were quick to respond to Lisa’s back-to-back statements

Cast members of the Dubai version of the franchise were quick to respond to Lisa’s back-to-back statements.

Chanel Ayan tweeted: ‘Rinna, Africa called and they want their lips back! Keep Dubai out of your mess and your mouth. Tune in this Wednesday at 9pm for a brand new episode of #RHODUBAI @BravoTV.”

Then Lesa Milan took to the tweet and added: “She doesn’t want this heat, we’re not a bra…we’ll drag her from the doctor’s table to the desert!”

Finishing off the thread, Ayan commented, “The desert struck differently,” before tagging the mother of two.

Friction: Caroline Brooks also joined the internet drama when she asked Rinna,

Friction: Caroline Brooks also joined the internet drama when she asked Rinna, “Why did you mention our show in your message? What did you mean by “go see Dubai”? hmmm’

Caroline Brooks also joined the internet drama when she asked Rinna, “Why did you mention our show in your message? What did you mean by “go see Dubai”? Hmmm.’

A fan joined in on Twitter to say, ‘We love you @caroline_dubai! When you said @LisaVanderpump was your favorite #RHOBH, I knew you were the one!’

And Caroline replied, “She’s the only Lisa important to me in Beverly Hills.”

Show support: A fan joined in on Twitter to say, 'We love you @caroline_dubai!  When you said @LisaVanderpump was your favorite #RHOBH, I knew you were the one!'

Show support: A fan joined in on Twitter to say, ‘We love you @caroline_dubai! When you said @LisaVanderpump was your favorite #RHOBH, I knew you were the one!’

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