RHOBH: Who Is Dorit Kemsley's Husband And What Is His Net Worth?

Dorit Kemsley was a welcome addition when she joined the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" back in Season 7. Even more welcome? Her husband, Paul Kemsley, known to the Bravo-verse as simply PK. Good, entertaining house-husbands are hard to come by, but PK did not shy away from the cameras, whether he was listening to his wife talk about the drama between the ladies or even starting some of his own, like when he started "Pantygate," a season-long fight among the entire cast over whether or not Erika Jayne was wearing panties on a night out on the town. 

PK also has his share of friends who appear on the show, not the least of which is his client Boy George, who lived with the couple for a time. PK is a sort of jack of all trades.  His primary gig is running Nixxi Entertainment with his wife, a talent agency that manages the aforementioned Boy George and also athletes like the Brazilian soccer player Pelé, per Romper. PK, who hails from the U.K. is also a land developer, which is where he initially earned his fortune. For example, per The Guardian, way back in 2006 he bought a plot of land in London for $50.8 million, which he ended up selling for a $40 million profit. So that's how Dorit affords all of her glam. 

Still, PK's finances were under some speculation in the past...so how much is he worth now?

Dorit Kemsley has defended her husband's finances

Paul Kemsley is reportedly worth $50 million, per Celebrity Net Worth. But there has been speculation that he and his wife, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Dorit, don't have any money. It was brought up in Season 9 by Camille Grammar, who pointed at PK's legal issues, which reportedly occurred before he met Dorit. She explained, per Bravo, "PK's affairs, and whoever's coming out trying to say he owes him money, that is from another lifetime ago. It's way before me, it's way before his bankruptcy. It's at the height — and unfortunately, when you become public, they come out of the woodworks and that's exactly what's happening. There's far more to the story than what people think that they know, and there's a lot that I can't say, obviously, because it's in the hands of the lawyers and where it should be."

Still, her bank account was frozen since it was in her name, as was the house that they live in. In another interview on "RHOBH," she explained that there's nothing shady about their home being under her name and not her husband's. To prove the point, the couple even listed their Encino mansion for $9.5 million in 2020, which is more than the original $6 million they paid. Clearly, they are not all that worried about their cash flow. But that doesn't mean that Dorit and PK won't still be going all out to show the rest of the "RHOBH" women what they've got.