Nicole Richie Jokes Her Kids Don't Care About Her Show with Paris Hilton: ‘Drive Me to Sephora?’ (Exclusive)

Richie shares her son and daughter with husband Joel Madden

<p>Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images</p> Nicole Richie

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Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie's kids aren't impressed that she's starring in a new TV series.

Chatting with PEOPLE about her new partnership with ResortPass, The Simple Life alum, 42, shares that after she told her daughter Harlow and son Sparrow, whom she shares with husband Joel Madden, the news about her new television series with Paris Hilton, her kids didn't seem to care.

"I mean they're like, 'Can you drive me to Sephora?' So I don't know," Richie jokes. "But yeah, I mean everyone's very excited for me."

"They are like, unless you are driving me to my friend's house or picking me up from where I need to go, I don't care about anything else," she continues.

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<p>Rodin Eckenroth/Getty</p> Harlow Madden (left), Sparrow Madden and Nicole Richie

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Harlow Madden (left), Sparrow Madden and Nicole Richie

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Richie has previously said that her two kids also aren't interested in watching footage from her 2003 series The Simple Life with Hilton.

"The Simple Life is apparently having a big moment on TikTok, so they do tell me that they watch clips on TikTok," Richie said of her kids. "Their friends watch it. I get a lot of eye rolls in my house all the time. It's right on brand with how they see me, in general."

As if her kids will join their mom in the industry, Richie said she doesn't think it's likely.

"I'm not sure. I highly doubt that my son does," the mom of two told the outlet. "My daughter might but she's not banging down my door asking about it. She's really living that 16-year-old life."

In April, Richie's two kids made a rare appearance as they came out to support their mom at the Los Angeles premiere of her film Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead.

The teenagers looked just like their parents as they appeared side-by-side for a family shot together at the event held at The Grove.

The star later appeared on Today and chatted with host Hoda Kotb, 59, about how her two kids had joined her at the special event.

"They did. They came to the premiere. They were so...," Richie trailed off as Kotb showed a picture of Richie's family at the premiere.

Kotb went on to ask Richie how it's been parenting teenagers, to which Richie said it's crazy but currently her "favorite stage."

"I just so clearly remember being 16, that it’s actually surprising how quickly I can go back there," Richie shared. "When my daughter’s telling me drama with her friends, I go, ‘I remember. Laila Heckmath did that to me,’ I remember first and last names, so it’s fun. It’s wild. And just the best."

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