heather dubrow may be planning to move on from "The Real Housewives of Orange County" to a series of her own. One week after Dubrow confirmed that she would no longer be featured on the Bravo TV series, a source claims the mother of four may soon be seen in her own reality show.

“I have decided to go in another direction and do what’s best for my family and career,” Dubrow told fans in a statement last month. As fans may know, the former reality star's husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow, is currently starring on the E! Network's plastic surgery series "Botched," which also features former Bravo TV reality star Dr.

Paul Nassif, the ex-husband of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Adrienne Maloof. Meanwhile, the couple's four children are all currently in school and likely tending to extracurricular activities as well.

Heather Dubrow wants a solo project?

On February 2, a Radar Online source claimed that the former "Real Housewives of Orange County" star was allegedly working on her own project, which would likely be featured on the E! Network. And while there has been no confirmation of any such news, the outlet noted that Bravo TV and the E! Network were both part of the NBC/Universal family.

If Heather Dubrow does have a spin-off series planned with the network, she's not telling anyone about the potentially exciting news.

Instead, as the Radar Online source revealed, she is acting super hush-hush about the possible show and hasn't even told her close friends -- or her former co-stars.

Dubrow joined the cast of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" during its 7th season after a number of cast members, including Jeana Keough, Tammy Knickerbocker, Quinn Fry, Lynn Curtin and Peggy Tanous, left the series.

Since then, a number of reality stars, including Lydia McLaughlin and Lizzie Rovsek, have come and gone as Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson have remained in their full-time roles.

When it comes to the upcoming 12th season of the show, Bravo TV has yet to reveal who will be replacing Heather Dubrow.