Vicki Gunvalson is making moves this year now that she isn’t coming back to The Real Housewives of Orange County in any capacity.
The OG of the OC, Vicki Gunvalson, is selling her Coto de Caza home that was heavily featured on The Real Housewives of Orange County. Vicki told Celeb Magazine that she was officially done with the show and moving on with her life, including selling her home.
Vicki recently purchased a home in Puerto Vallarta and plans on splitting her time between this place and where her children are. Her daughter, Briana Culberson, lives in North Carolina and is expecting her third child this year, while her son, Michael Wolfsmith, lives in San Diego.
Vicki is a big fan of Puerto Vallarta and “whooping it up” at Andale’s Restaurant & Bar down there. The condo she purchased has been set up to facilitate the recording of her podcast, Whoop It Up with Vicki. She’s also starting a radio show that will be about, “women, money, and retirement planning.”
Coto Insurance will continue to be a big part of her work life, too, just in a more remote fashion. It sounds like the office won’t be opening in the same capacity since the pandemic entered the picture.
Of course, Vicki couldn’t help but throw some shade at her former co-stars. “I am not friends with any of the women currently on this show,” and went on to say she was over the whole thing. She did mention she and Tamra Judge are close and would be open to doing a different kind of reality tv in the future.
Vicki noted the show was no longer up to the “class level” she expected from Bravo and the other ladies. Vicki was on the show when it started 14 seasons ago and was a huge part of the franchise until last season. Never change, Vicki.
The Real Housewives of Orange County will be back later this year.