Vicki Gunvalson Shares Update on Briana Culberson’s Move to Chicago and Confirms Her Coto de Caza Home is Almost Sold, Plus If She’ll Return To RHOC

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Vicki Gunvalson Confirms Briana Culberson Has Moved To Chicago And Reveals Her Cota de Caza Home Is Almost Sold, Plus If She’ll Return To RHOC

Vicki Gunvalson is sharing an update on her daughter Briana Culberson‘s move to Illinois as she also confirms she’s just “days away” from selling her Coto de Caza home.

Just weeks after Vicki claimed that Briana and her husband, Ryan Culberson, were no longer moving to Chicago, it seems the couple has had a change in plans. The Real Housewives of Orange County alum is currently spending time with her family in the Midwest, including her grandsons, Troy, 8, Owen, 6, and Hank Ryan, four months.

She took to her Instagram Stories earlier this month while she played with her eldest grandsons and asked the boys if they’re enjoying their new home. She reportedly tagged her location as Crystal Lake, Illinois.

“It’s going to be so fun to have you so close to…all the family, right?” she asked according to Bravo TV. As Troy sported a Chicago Bears sweatshirt, Vicki said, “You’re going to be a Bears fan and a Cubs fan?” Troy replied, “Yeah.”

As fans likely know, while the family was still living in North Carolina, Vicki bought a lake home there so she could be close to the boys. Then, once her daughter announced they were moving again, she put the property on the market and it sold in just one day.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for her Cota de Caza house, which has been on the market since August 2020. However, it appears Vicki has finally found a buyer for the stunning estate according to her March 16 Instagram post.

“I knew one day would come that I would decide to downsize when ‘I got older’ and that time has come,” she wrote in the caption while sharing multiple pics of the home. “I will be 59 at the end of this month and this 5800 sq ft home with all the incredible memories is days away from being sold. Now that I have Puerto Vallarta as my 2nd home, my daughters new place back in the Midwest, it’s time for a ‘lock and go’ home with no maintenance.”

She originally listed the home for $3.35 million, and it’s unclear when the deal will officially go down or how much she’s agreed to sell it for.

Meanwhile, while execs are taking their time making decisions about the future of RHOC, Vicki was asked by a fan if she would return to the show as a “friend.”

She simply replied, “I don’t know.”