Step aside Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, there's a new star in the household!
The couple's daughter Delilah Belle Hamlin has landed a contract with Elite Model Management and has already been seen in the pages of a national magazine.
Lisa couldn't help but brag about her daughter on social media.
"#SoProud," Lisa wrote in reposting Elite's announcement that they had signed Delilah, 18, to a deal.
She continued to share more photos of her oldest child on Instagram, several were from her spread in Teen Vogue.
"We could not be any more proud of @delilahbelle debuting in #TeenVogue and signing with @elitenyc ❤️ Go baby girl Go! Fly my sweet!," Lisa said of one image of her daughter wearing high-waisted pants and a jacket.
In another snap of Delilah in which she wears leopard pants and a yellow bra over a collared shirt, Lisa said, "I am just dying over this photo and my first born @delilahbelle 🙌 These Pants!!!!! So Awesome! ❤️ #TeenVogue #ProudParents."
Delilah, too, couldn't contain her excitement.
"So excited to announce that I am now a part of the @elitenyc family! Thank you @teenvogue for a fun day in New York xo," she said of one of the images also posted by her mother.
Of course, it's nothing new for the daughter of a celebrity to get involved in modeling, as we've seen it with Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber, among others. Delilah isn't blind to the fact that her parent's exposure, primarily on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," helped her.
"I feel as though some of the experiences I've had wouldn't have been possible without the show's exposure," she told Teen Vogue. "I was able to have a long meeting with an amazing fashion magazine. This was probably one of the coolest moments I've had on the show, because I got to meet so many iconic and smart people."
Still, she has aspirations of her own.
"Well, the cover of Vogue would be super cool!," she the mag while laughing. "But I don't want to have any expectations, because expectations don't always come true. I just want to see where things take me. It would be cool to be well-known, obviously."