PHOTO: Has RHOP Star Karen Huger Moved Back to Potomac? See Her Telling Instagram Pic!

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PHOTO: Has RHOP Star Karen Huger Moved Back to Potomac? See Her Telling Instagram Pic!

Is the  Real Housewives of Potomac star Karen Huger moving back to our favorite Maryland town? According to her Instagram, her bags are packed and ready to go!

Karen posted a story on her Instagram Stories on July 17 showing her, alongside husband Ray Huger, standing happily inside a giant moving truck with the caption, “A beautiful day for packing…20854 we’re back! #RHOP”.

In case you’re wondering, yes, 20854 is the zip code for Potomac!

Does this mean Great Falls, Virginia is saying goodbye to the one and only grand dame? It would appear so. Just in April of this year, Page Six reported that Karen was house-hunting and planning to move back to Potomac.

“I am house hunting in Potomac, of course returning to 20854 makes sense, that’s where our friends, family and loved ones are,” Karen admitted to the outlet.

The reality star and her husband moved out of Potomac back in 2017 to be closer to her elderly parents but the tides have recently changed. “Both of them were suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia and are now deceased,” she shared. “It’s time to close that chapter and move on.”

While Karen is understandably excited to move back to Potomac, she won’t forget the town she’s called home for the past couple of years. According to Bravo’s Home and Design, Karen expressed her gratitude toward Great Falls. “The people embraced me. I love my neighbors, I love my friends there. But it’s fantastic. Just as Potomac was warm when I came there 20 years ago, Great Falls opened its arms and put its arms around me, especially when I lost both my parents,” the reality star gushed. 

We’ll likely hear more about this move on social media and in the remaining episodes of RHOP season 4

The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sunday nights on Bravo at 8/7c.  You can check out a preview clip from tonight’s episode below.

Photo Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo