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Bentley Driving Lisa Vanderpump Begs for Quarters For The Meter!

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Jul. 2 2012, Updated 12:00 p.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

Lisa Vanderpump is becoming more and more regal every day — and just like Queen Elizabeth II over the pond it appears the Queen of Housewives does NOT carry cash!

Despite being a super successful reality star, restauranteur and multi-millionaire, Vanderpump had to beg for quarters for the meter as she parked her pricey Bentley over the weekend.

In her true self-depracating style, as she bummed some change Lisa quipped: "Look at how cheap I am, I don't even have $ .25!"

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One thing the Beverly Hills favorite wasn't joking about though was the devastating blaze that destroyed her former home and left a firefighter injured.

"You know what, the memories -- they're beautiful, I still have them, I'll always have them," Lisa said. "Possessions, houses can be replaced … people can't."

As previously reported, the 17,000 square foot estate (she sold for $19 million last year) was engulfed in a raging blaze for more than 90 minutes Friday night, and it took more than 100 firefighters to control it, with one sustaining an injury.

"Luckily, the fire officer, I have on good authority, is at home recovering … I called him this morning, he was good," Lisa said.

The blaze reportedly began in the attic of the home and spread through the roof before ripping through the lower floors.

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