So much has changed since Gretchen Rossi last appeared on "The Real Housewives of Orange County" six years ago, and as a result, she can’t say if she would return to the series again in the future.

"Here’s the thing I always say, never say never, because watch if they come next year and go, 'we’ll give you $5 million', then sure," Gretchen, 40, told HollywoodLife at The Victoria’s Voice Gala at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino on Oct. 25.

The new mom to 3-month-old Skylar Gray had nothing but nice things to say about the Bravo franchise and the opportunities it has afforded her family, however, even if she received that multi-million dollar offer, her return isn't a sure thing.

"Slade [Smiley] and I, we really do feel like we’ve grown past that," she shared. "We feel like it was a great platform. We enjoyed doing that. I did it for half a decade. He did it for eight years."

Fans of "RHOC" will remember that Slade had been around since the beginning of the franchise, previously dating former cast members Jo De La Rosa (Seasons 1-2) and Lauri Peterson (Seasons 1-4).

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Gretchen wouldn't be the first cast member to return if the opportunity presented itself though. Lydia McLaughlin appeared on two seasons of the hit Bravo series. First, she was a main cast member for Season 8, and then, after a four-year gap, she returned for Season 12.

There's also the potential that Slade’s long-time fiancè could return to "RHOC" as a guest or even a friend instead of a full-time cast member. Alexis Bellino, who was part of the main cast for Seasons 5-8, made a brief return to the series during Season 14, which is currently airing.

Ultimately, only time will tell if Gretchen will grace television screens holding an orange, but like she said, "never say never."

"The Real Housewives of Orange County" airs Tuesdays on Bravo at 9 PM ET.

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Gretchen Rossi is pictured at Bartels Harley-Davidson in Marina Del Rey, California October 21, 2010. REUTERS