It’s time to head back to Orange County, California, for another ride on the fun bus — and tons more drama — with “The Real Housewives of Orange County.” Bravo’s giving fan-favorite Lydia McLaughlin a second shot as a full time housewife in the new season, and she’s bringing a new friend.

Peggy Sulahian will join “RHOC” in Season 12 as a full time housewife. People magazine reports that this Orange County transplant was originally born in Armenia, and she’s married to a custom wheel tycoon with whom she has three children — two teen girls and a young boy.

Read: Why Heather Dubrow Decided To Leave ‘Real Housewives Of Orange County’

The Season 12 new addition doesn’t appear to be active on social media at this time. A Twitter account attributed to her briefly appeared on the site to stir up some drama. Before being deleted, the unverified page fired a few shots at Shannon Beador.

If the Season 12 trailer is any indication, Peggy’s going to have a hard time fitting in. She’s shown feuding with both longtime housewife Meghan King Edmonds, and controversial Season 11 newcomer Kelly Dodd. Peggy’s bringing the heavy artillery in Season 12 of “RHOC,” so the rest of the cast better stay on their A-game.

“I’ll make you look like a fool,” Peggy retorts at one of her verbal assailants.

In addition to confirming Peggy’s full time role as a “RHOC” cast member, the trailer confirms that one rumored newbie won’t be appearing on the show — at least full time. In December 2016 Vicki Gunvalson stirred up rumors of a new addition. She shared a photo of friend Brianna Stanko, who doesn’t appear in the trailer, using suggestive hashtags like “#rhocinthemaking” and “#season12.”

The “RHOC” Season 12 trailer also put to rest rumors that Meghan would no longer appear on the show. She spent much of Season 11 focused on dealing with fertility issues and getting pregnant. Us Weekly reported that Meghan wasn’t returning to the show in January, which we now know to be false.

Lydia and Peggy will be replacing Heather Dubrow, who left “RHOC” after Season 11. She announced her departure from the show during an episode of her podcast, “Heather Dubrow’s World.” Heather told fans she’d “miss the girls,” but said it was time to move forward.

“First of all, my kids,” she said, citing the reason for her exit. “My oldest kids are now teenagers, and I just felt like they need to make their own decision about being on television and exposing their lives, and for me personally, I have some really cool, interesting opportunities that I want to explore. I don’t know where they’re going to go, but I want to opportunity to explore them.”

After announcing her exit on her podcast, Heather released an official statement confirming her “RHOC” exit. She told Entertainment Tonight that she had “an incredible journey” as part of the show’s cast and was “proud.” Heather added that she wasn’t ready to say goodbye forever though, saying, “the door is always open” for a return.

“After a lot of careful thought and deliberation, I have decided not to return to ‘RHOC’ this season,” she said. “These past five years have been a part of such an iconic piece of pop culture…However, at this point in my life, I have decided to go in another direction and do what’s best for my family and career.”

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Heather spent much of Season 11 at odds with Kelly. Heather regularly said that the “RHOC” newcomer’s behavior was “low based.” Kelly, on the other hand, though Heather was “Miss Fancy Pants.”

“RHOC” returns to Bravo July 10 at 9 p.m. EDT.

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