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A Very Pregnant Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave Says RHOBH's Next Season "Felt Really Intense”
The pregnant RHOBH accountability couch breaks down why she "can remember every little detail."
As soon as Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave announced her pregnancy last September, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ladies were "so excited to welcome the first baby of Beverly Hills." And so that means that the experience of hanging with the 90210 crew has been a bit different this time around.
"I'm surprised I could film a season of Real Housewives pregnant," she recently told ET. "But, you know what? The good thing about it is I'm not drinking, so I do not forget a crumb. I can remember every little detail."
With two new women in the crew – and Erika Girardi already out there on WWHL sharing how she's ready to ask all the questions at a future Season 10 reunion — Teddi noted there's been no shortage of drama.
"I think the beauty of the show is, we are a group of women, that we are doing so many things, we're having fun… there is a lot of drama, but like, the difference is, for me this year is, it felt really intense," Teddi said. "And it was just constantly -- we were constantly shocked by more and more information. And so yeah, you're in for, you're in for a good year, I guess. A lot of anxiety for me, but a good year for y'all."
She also noted, "This season has been completely different than any other for me."
Teddi will soon welcome her third child with husband Edwin Arroyave, a little girl as she confirmed back in October.
"I think the biggest thing for me on how this pregnancy has changed is, with the other two, I was consistently on bed rest, and I wasn't able to be active," Teddi told ET. "I wasn't necessarily taking very good care of myself. And this time, I've gone all in, my life has completely changed. I now have a business, I am on a television show. There's just so much more going on. And I've been able to be active. I've been able to go and do all these things. So, I've mentally felt so much better, that really everything shifted."