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This New Photo of All Four of Briana Culberson’s Kids Is a Perfect Holiday Moment
The RHOC daughter had "the merriest Christmas" at her family's Oklahoma home.
The Culberson household was overflowing with holiday cheer.
Weeks after sharing a glimpse into their “perfect weekend” together, the family of six provided an inside look at their Christmas celebration. On December 25, Briana Culberson’s husband posted a sweet Instagram carousel of their four children posing next to their dazzling Christmas tree, which reflected off their large living room windows. The couple’s sons, 11-year-old Troy and 9-year-old Owen, were seen sitting on the floor as 1-year-old daughter Cora and 3-year-old son Hank sat on their laps, respectively.
“The merriest Christmas!” the Instagram was captioned.
Vicki Gunvalson shares updates on Briana Culberson's family
The photo was taken inside the Culberson’s newly renovated Oklahoma home, which they purchased in 2022 after relocating from Illinois. Briana’s mother, The Real Housewives of Orange County OG Vicki Gunvalson, has visited the home several times throughout 2023, and has made sure to document the trips on social media. Earlier this year, the insurance pro shared a number of photos of her grandkids’ adorable bedrooms, and also posted several pictures of her spending time with Troy and Owen.
“Spending time with my grandchildren is always a blessing,” Vicki captioned the September 14 Instagram. “These kids are the best and I miss them so much. The problem is I never take enough photos… so next time I’m committing to taking more. They are growing up way too fast!”
Briana Culberson's Oklahoma Home
Since tying the knot in 2011, Briana and her husband have moved a total of 12 times with their family. The OC daughter said her latest abode is their “absolute forever home,” as it’s the perfect place to raise her children. Briana spoke about the property in a July interview with BravoTV.com, explaining what ultimately drew her to the home and neighborhood.
“We just want a little bit of land, and we want just a really simple lifestyle,” she said. “We want really good schools, really good sports, surrounding ourselves with good people [who] are just solid, and kids riding their bikes in the neighborhood. Stuff like that.”
She continued: “We have lambs, and we have 20 chickens, and we have two farm dogs, and we’ve got a bunch of acreage. Our kids work outside with the animals every day, and they’re riding bikes with the kids in the neighborhood. We walk our kids to school. So we just have a very simple, quiet, peaceful life. This should be our absolute forever home. We found a home that we just love, and we have a pool, and it’s just very safe, very peaceful.”