heather dubrow has kept to herself since she announced her exit from the hit Bravo show, "The Real Housewives of Orange County." When Heather announced that she would be leaving the show behind, fans were surprised at her decision. She revealed that she wanted to focus on other career options and she wanted to spend more time with her family. But it is no secret that Heather felt that drama had reached new heights on "The Real Housewives of Orange County" and she wanted nothing to do with it.

When Kelly Dodd joined the show, Heather was disgusted at how Kelly could simply say things without feeling bad about it.

She would call the other women names and this resulted in Heather walking out of a restaurant where the ladies were having dinner. Heather broke down in the car home and it sounds like this may have been the turning point for her. But over the past couple of months, her former "Real Housewives of Orange County" stars have been talking about why they haven't seen her new mansion yet. She has even been accused of ditching her former co-stars and being labeled a fake friend.

According to a new Instagram post, Heather Dubrow is now responding indirectly to these accusations, sharing a picture of what life is like behind the scenes. As it turns out, Heather is doing quite well in her big mansion and it sounds like she doesn't need the drama.

Indirect response?

While Heather Dubrow never wrote about her co-stars in her Instagram post, she did reveal that things were great at her mansion. In the picture she shared on Instagram, Heather revealed that her husband was getting some sun by the pool, while she was drinking some champagne. Perhaps she wanted her former "Real Housewives of Orange County" co-stars to know that her life is great and she doesn't need to get involved with the drama to have a great life.

Mansion still a secret

When Heather was filming "The Real Housewives of Orange County" a couple of years ago, she was building her mansion. It took years for it to be complete and it sounds like they have lived in the house for a few months already. But none of her co-stars have been invited to the home and it sounds like Dubrow wants to keep this house drama-free.

In other words, don't expect Kelly Dodd, Vicki Gunvalson or Tamra Judge to stop by the mansion.

What do you think of Heather Dubrow's post on Instagram, where she talks about how life is great? Do you think she's sending a message to her former co-stars?