Kemsley echoed Richards' fears, adding, "I've got two babies, so it is so hard to see these things happen. It breaks my heart. I almost go into a depression about it. And I think about what I can do to help change some of the things that are happening right now because I don't want my two little children to grow up in that kind of world."
"It's been a very emotional week for everybody," Vanderpump said. "It's been just so sad, but it makes me realize that what we're fighting for is just about more kindness in the world and more empathy and to love each other. We've been devastated by what's gone on in the news this week, and I guess we just keep fighting the fight."
Grammer, too, was glued to the news during the tragedy.
"I couldn't stop watching the news when it was on," Grammer said. "It's heinous, it's terrible, it's horrific. Horrific. And my heart bleeds for those who have lost their lives and their loved ones and their families. I've been so upset and beside myself. My prayers are just there for them."
"I've been praying a lot lately," she added.
Last Sunday, the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history took place in Las Vegas when a man killed 59 people and injured at least 527 at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The 64-year-old gunman opened fire on the 22,000-person crowd from a window on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.