RHOC star Kelly Dodd pulls down her mask to chat during Aspen vacation with husband Rick Leventhal

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RHOC star Kelly Dodd pulls down her mask to chat during Aspen vacation with husband Rick Leventhal

RHOC star Kelly Dodd pulls down her mask to chat during Aspen vacation with husband Rick LeventhalBy Kelby Vera For Dailymail.com Pub

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RHOC star Kelly Dodd pulls down her mask to chat during Aspen vacation with husband Rick Leventhal

Real Housewives Of Orange County’s Kelly Dodd and husband Rick Leventhal were ready for a cool time while seen in Aspen, Colorado on Sunday.

The Bravo star, 45, and Fox News reporter, 60, bundled up while strolling through town after a day on the mountains.

The freezing weather didn’t stop Kelly from putting on a chic display as she slipped into a striking red snow look dressed up with high class accessories. 

Snow day! Kelly Dodd and husband Rick Leventhal enjoyed a stroll around Aspen, Colorado after a day on the mountains Sunday

Snow day! Kelly Dodd and husband Rick Leventhal enjoyed a stroll around Aspen, Colorado after a day on the mountains Sunday

She looked ultra stylish wrapped up in a crimson puffer jacket worn with matching ski pants with a black stripe down the leg.

Elevating the look, Kelly put on a brown beanie with a fur pom-pom and snapped a cream-colored Yves St. Laurent fanny pack around her center. 

And she proved her keen eye for color while slipping on a red paint splatter-style face covering.

The star seemed in good spirits, flashing a peace sign as she walked besides her husband of two-and-a-half-months. 

Whoops: The pair encountered some friends along the way and stopped for a chat, during which time the reality star couldn't help but pull down her scarf to chat

Whoops: The pair encountered some friends along the way and stopped for a chat, during which time the reality star couldn’t help but pull down her scarf to chat

Red hot! Kelly looked ultra stylish wrapped up in a crimson puffer jacket worn with matching ski pants with a black stripe down the leg

Red hot! Kelly looked ultra stylish wrapped up in a crimson puffer jacket worn with matching ski pants with a black stripe down the leg

Rick opted for bright colors, donning a neon green and navy color-blocked jacket with white pants and chunky black boots. 

He topped things off with a black Carhartt beanie and tan neck scarf.

The pair encountered some friends along the way and stopped for a chat, during which time Kelly couldn’t help but pull down her scarf to speak.

Dodd and Leventhal seemed to be loving their time in Aspen, gushing about the mountain town while sharing a sweet snap on Instagram Sunday.

‘Nothing like being in a little place called Assssssspen !! And yes we had to pass a Covid test to get in and yes we’re social distancing and wearing masks and support,’ Kelly captioned the post, adding the tag #localbusiness.   

Happy place: Dodd and Leventhal seemed to be loving their time in Aspen, gushing about the mountain town while sharing a sweet snap on Instagram Sunday

Happy place: Dodd and Leventhal seemed to be loving their time in Aspen, gushing about the mountain town while sharing a sweet snap on Instagram Sunday

Dodd came under fire in spring after calling COVID-19 ‘God’s way of thinning the herd.’

But Kelly admitted she regrets what she said during an appearance on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live earlier this month.

‘It was a stupid thing for me to say. It was insensitive and I apologize if I hurt or offended anybody cause that wasn’t really my intention. I got freaked out about it and, in hindsight, it was the stupidest thing I’ve ever said.’

COVID-19 numbers are surging across the US, with at least 1,230 new deaths and 152,102 new cases reported on Sunday, December 27th, according to the New York Times. 

Too late to apologize? Dodd admitted she 'regrets' calling COVID-19 'God's way of thinning the herd' as she appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen earlier this month

Too late to apologize? Dodd admitted she ‘regrets’ calling COVID-19 ‘God’s way of thinning the herd’ as she appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen earlier this month

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