Meghan King Edmonds recently took a meeting with one of the producers she used to work with during her time on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
According to a February 10 report from The Sun, Meghan fueled rumors regarding her potential return to the show on her Instagram Stories as she informed her fans and followers that she recently enjoyed some drinks with the producer in Los Angeles, where she is currently living with her three kids, three-year-old Aspen and one-year-old twins Hayes and Hart.
On Sunday night, Meghan shared a video of herself on her Instagram Stories to explain how she ended up at one of the many Oscar events.
“So last night I was getting drinks with my former executive producer from [The Real Housewives of Orange County], and I get a text from my girlfriend Shab. And she said do you want to go to Elton John’s Oscar party tomorrow night? I need to know in the next five minutes,” Meghan told her online audience.
Meghan, whose husband Jim filed for divorce in October of last year, starred on The Real Housewives of Orange County in a full-time position for seasons 10, 11, and 12.
Following season 12, Meghan and her then-husband Jim relocated from Southern California to St. Louis, Missouri, where his older children, including son Landon and daughter Sutton, reside.
During season 14, Meghan appeared briefly in a cameo appearance alongside her co-star and friend Emily Simpson, who first joined the cast during season 13.
In January, both Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge announced that they would not be continuing their roles on The Real Housewives of Orange County for the series’ upcoming 15th season.
A short time later, Meghan weighed in on the news of Tamra’s unexpected exit from the series, noting that Tamra had allegedly considered leaving Bravo long before the actual announcement was made.
Vicki appeared on the show for all of its 14th season while Tamra had been featured since season three.
“At the risk of sounding extremely hypocritical, I’m not really into dating a guy with kids. I mean, I love kids, and I loved being a stepmom, but … it’s just, like, a lot of baggage. And I hate to call kids baggage, but kids are a lifelong commitment, and you didn’t have any input into creating this child, and it’s just hard,” she explained.