RHOC alum Vicki Gunvalson & fiancé Steve Lodge SPLIT as politician is 'living the single life in Mexico'

REAL Housewives Of Orange County alum Vicki Gunvalson and her fiancé Steve Lodge have parted aways, as he has been "living the single life in Mexico."

Vicki, 59 and Steve had been engaged for two years before deciding to call it quits.

According to E! News: “Steve and Vicki had been living separately for much of the pandemic.

"Steve had been living like he was a single man in Puerto Vallarta, while Vicki was in the US.”

The Army Vet asked for Vicki's hand in marriage back in April 2019, as he even obtained her kids' blessing before popping the question.

At the time, a source told Page Six: “It wasn’t filmed. He really wanted to do it privately. He wanted to do it because the two of them are in love and wanted it to be a private, special moment.”

While it looks like she was set to tie the knot, this would not have been the RHOC star's first marriage.

She was first married to Michael Wolfsmith from 1982 to 1991, and then to Donn Gunvalson from 1994 to 2014.

Vicki is a mom to two kids, Briana and Michael, with her first husband.

Aside from her relationship drama, Vicki as well as her costar Tamra Judge were fired from the popular Bravo series back in 2020.

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When asked why she believes she got the boot, Vicki explained last year: “There’s several things we thought of…we got very expensive and I think they said that viewers were ready for younger blood."

She continued: “I thought, well, you can’t really say that because the viewers and followers have followed my life for 15 years.

“And all of a sudden… I just didn’t die."

Vicki concluded: "I just don’t know how this cast is gonna carry on with two main cast members gone."


It's not all bad news for the mom of two, as she recently learned her only daughter, Briana, and her son-in-law Ryan Culberson are expecting their fourth child.

However, more drama arrived for Vicki when she revealed the gender of the baby on her Instagram Stories, before quickly deleting it.

"You ever get really good news and then find out your mother-in-law ruins it? Well, it happened to me today," Ryan said soon after.

The couple are parens to sons Troy, eight, Owen, seven, and Hank, whom they welcomed in November.

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