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Gina Kirschenheiter Is Reportedly Returning To RHOC For Season 14!

According to Radar Online, Gina Kirschenheiter is “absolutely” being asked to return for the next season of Real Housewives of Orange County. A production insider revealed why Bravo is eager to have her back.

“She has gained a tremendous fan base because people can relate to her. She speaks what is on her mind and she doesn’t hold back anything. She is refreshing and has gotten really close to several of the cast members already,” a source told Radar Online.

As previously reported, Gina filed for divorce from her husband of 8 years, Matt on April 2, which was after the filming wrapped.

Since their split, Gina “has done an amazing job co-parenting and will continue to be friends with Matt,” the insider told Radar Online. “It is up to her whether or not she decides to take the invite back on the show, but hopefully she will. The paycheck sure can’t hurt her.”

Last week, Gina gave an update on her relationship with ex-husband and explains why their marriage fell apart.

“It wasn’t easy,” Gina tells PEOPLE. “Matt and I were just coming out of the baby, baby, baby-phase and were recognizing that our relationship had run its course. At the same time, he had taken a new job in Los Angeles and was living there during the week. And I had made this commitment to come on this show.”

“All of a sudden, it all collided,” she says.

Despite their split, Gina and Matt have kept their divorce civil so far — and plan on continuing to co-parent them.

“We’re always going to be family. We are a family,” Gina says. “Matt, I would never throw under the bus. He’s my best friend. I can never imagine him not in my life. He’s the father of my children. He’s the most important person to me.”

Though their divorce is far from finalized, Gina admits “there’s so much paperwork, it’s a huge pain in the ass,” she says, the two have been transparent with one another in negotiations and plan to sit down with their respective councils and a private judge, reports the publication.

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