Lisa Rinna poses in pink lingerie to draw attention to a cause close to her heart: 'Both my Mom and my sister are breast cancer survivors'
Lisa Rinna has a habit of sharing images of herself to social media where she is wearing skimpy lingerie.
But on Thursday the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star did so for a cause close to her heart: breast cancer awareness.
'Both my Mom and my sister are breast cancer survivors,' began the mother-of-two. 'Take a mirror selfie in your @thekitundergarments, proceeds go to @wcrfcure.'
In her hashtags she mentioned #KitsToKickCancer @simoneharouche @sweetbabyjamie @wcrfcure #breastcancerawareness.
Her 90-year-old mother is Lois Rinna (who is famous on her own for being a survivor of David Carpenter, the Trailside Killer in the 1960s) and her sister is Nancy Rinna.
In 2015 at a Bright Pink event in Topanga Canyon, California, Lisa said: 'Both my mother and my sister are breast cancer survivors.
'Anything I can do to help, I will always do, especially for smaller charities like this one.
'They can always use even more support.'
Rinna has taken an interest in posing in her lingerie from home.
The lippy lady danced while modeling Kim Kardashian's SKIMS line last week.
And she has also filmed herself in Rihanna's new lingerie collection from Fenty.
She has been wed to Harry Hamlin since 1997 and together they have two children: Delilah and Amelia.
Both Delilah and Amelia have gone into modeling, and the family have been open about the latter's experience with anorexia.
'The scariest thing about anorexia is, is she going to have this forever?' Lisa shared on a recent The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills episode.
'I don't want to see her suffer. You want to fix it. You want to make it go away. You want to erase it,' the Days Of Our Lives star continued.
'You know, you just want to take your child out of pain. You don’t want your child to be in pain,' she said, acknowledging: 'You can't help but blame yourself.'
Last March, Amelia posted an Instagram message about 'struggling with an eating disorder' and 'waking up one morning and deciding to stop sabotaging myself. My health, my physical health, my mental health and everything about myself.'