It may look like she had it all, but she wanted more.
Former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Taylor Armstrong has been cast for the next season of “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” Bravo confirmed to Page Six on Monday.
Armstrong, who starred on “RHOBH” beginning in 2010 for the first three seasons, will make “Housewives” history as the first full-time cast member to switch cities within the franchise.
Armstrong has yet to comment on the switch up. People were the first to break the news.
The reality star moved to Orange County, Calif., upon marrying her husband, John Bluher, in April 2014.
Armstrong made her reality TV comeback when she starred on “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club,” which recently finished airing on Peacock.
Armstrong is the second “ex-wife” who was able to use the spinoff as a means of proving their worth to return to TV full-time.
Page Six exclusively broke the news in July that Tamra Judge will return to “RHOC” despite being fired in January 2020 after 11 seasons on the show.
“Tamra is thrilled to come back to the show, especially after feeling the fan love from her stint on ‘Ultimate Girls Trip,'” a source told us at the time.
“She can’t wait to get back in the mix on ‘RHOC’ and see how she can shake up the dynamic.”
Heather Dubrow, who also made history when she rejoined the cast after a five-season hiatus, will star alongside her on-again, off-again close friend. Shannon Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter and Emily Simpson will also continue starring on the OG “Housewives” series.
Season 16 “RHOC” newbies Noella Bergener and Dr. Jennifer Armstrong announced in early July that they would not be returning to the hit show.
Bravo has begun filming for Season 17 but has yet to announce a premiere date or cast.