Although there are several cast members, including Kenya Moore and Sherée Whitfield, who have quit “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” ahead of Season 11, one person who won’t be replacing those stars is Phaedra Parks.

The lawyer was fired following the “RHOA” Season 9 reunion after she admitted to lying about Kandi Burruss’ intentions to sexually take advantage of Porsha Williams. While there has been some speculation that Phaedra could return to the Bravo series, the 44-year-old revealed she will not be featured in the new season.

Phaedra, who is expected to appear on the second half of “Braxton Family Values” Season 6, told Us Weekly she was content with her new reality television gig. “I’m now with WE tv and I’m very happy and very excited about the opportunities that they’ve presented to me. So, you know, that’s a done deal at the moment,” she shared.

However, it doesn’t mean she is completely opposed to the idea of reclaiming her peach. “I never say never, but you know, I’ve moved on to greener pastures.”

Although Phaedra has attempted to leave her past behind, she admitted there are some people who won’t let go of her actions from Season 9, despite her many accomplishments. “People will love you, people will hate you, but at the end of the day, like I say at every funeral, what’s important is what you accomplish in the dash,” she explained.

Phaedra Parks Phaedra Parks is expected to appear on the upcoming season of “Braxton Family Values.” The reality star is pictured attending the OK! Magazine Summer Kickoff Party on May 15, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images

“And I know within my dash I can say I’ve given to the community, I’ve established scholarships, I’ve nurtured children. I’ve seen no less than 20 children come through my law office, graduate successfully and become lawyers. And so, when I die, I’m very confident that there will be numerous people that can stand up and say, this was a stand-up woman,” Phaedra added.

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum revealed she wouldn’t allow her mistakes to define her and was focused on creating a bright future. “You know, I have closed that chapter, and I’ve moved on to new things.”

This isn’t the first time Phaedra has shut down rumors about her return to the Bravo series. In December, she told TMZ she had “no desire” to deal with drama and was happy following her exit from the series.

Catch Phaedra on “Braxton Family Values” Season 6, airing Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT on WEtv.