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The entire Richards-Hilton family has a reason to celebrate this Easter.

Just a couple of months after Nicky Hilton announced she was expecting her first child, Kim Richards and Monty Brinson's daughter had a major announcement of her own to share this weekend.

"Happy Easter," Brooke Wiederhorn wrote on Instagram with an Easter basket filled with baby toys. "Can't wait to meet our baby BOY!" That's right! Kim is going to be a grandma for the very first time.

The news comes as the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star continues to strengthen her relationships with sisters Kyle Richards and Kathy Hilton.

In fact, all three siblings headed to Palm Springs this weekend to celebrate the Easter holiday.

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As seen in several photos posted on Kyle's Snapchat, the sisters were able to enjoy a family dinner near the La Quinta Resort Saturday night before the gathering moved to a private home.

Faye Resnick, Paris Hilton, Mauricio Umansky and Rick Hilton were also spotted in Palm Springs enjoying family time that included Easter egg hunts by a golf course and dancing to Justin Bieber's "Sorry" on the patio.

While some may assume this is just your typical family gathering, fans of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills know that it's so much more than that.

Kyle Richards, Kim Richards

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In recent months, E! News has learned that there has been some family drama with some members not invited to major events and others feeling upset over past business deals.

Ultimately, everyone appears to be moving forward—or at least putting on a happy face—during the holidays.

"All families go through difficult times, and my family is no exception as you have witnessed if you have followed our lives these past six years," Kyle previously wrote in her Bravo blog. [My husband] said that all families go through tough times but they WILL be resolved."

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—Reporting by Susie Weinstein