vicki gunvalson is glad to see "trouble maker" Meghan King Edmonds quit her full-time position on "The Real Housewives of Orange County" ahead of filming on the series' upcoming 13th season. Following Edmonds' announcement of her Bravo TV exit, which she shared on her official website, Gunvalson spoke out against her former co-star, making it clear that there is no love lost.

After Meghan King Edmonds made a point to leave Vicki Gunvalson's name out of her blog post earlier today, claiming she would only miss Shannon Beador and Tamra Judge, Gunvalson told Radar Online she was "fine" with Edmonds' decision to leave the show and focus on her growing family.

“We were never really friends anyways," Gunvalson explained. "[Meghan] was tough to film with.”

Vicki Gunvalson is ready to part ways with her 'pain in the a**' co-star

Vicki Gunvalson also labeled the pregnant mom as a "trouble maker" and a "pain in the a**" after she reportedly took a sip of Tamra Judge's "kook-aid." As an insider previously revealed to Radar Online, Edmonds was said to be creating fake fights with her "Real Housewives of Orange County" co-stars in an effort to remain in a full-time position on the show. Months ago, the source told the outlet that Edmonds, who is now pregnant with twins, was doing whatever it took to stay famous.

Meghan King Edmonds is leaving Southern California and heading for St. Louis

Now that she's quit her role on "The Real Housewives of Orange County," Meghan Edmonds is saying "goodbye" to Southern California for good and moving full-time to St. Louis with her husband, Jim Edmonds. As she explained to her fans and followers on her personal blog, she's looking forward to building her dream home with her husband and to spending more time with her two step-children, step-son Landon and step-daughter Sutton, who Jim shares with his second wife, Allison Jayne Raski.

Jim also has two older children, Hayley and Lauren from his relationship with his first wife, the late LeeAnn Horton.

To see more of Vicki Gunvalson and the remaining stars of "The Real Housewives of Orange County," including Lydia McLaughlin, Peggy Sulahian, Kelly Dodd, Shannon Beador, and Tamra Judge, don't miss the upcoming 13th season of the hit Bravo TV reality series when the show returns to Bravo TV later this year. A premiere date for the new season has not yet been set and there's no word yet on whether or not Edmonds will be replaced.