Tamra Judge Explains the “Double Gated” Coto de Caza Hierarchy

Tamra Judge Explains the “Double Gated” Coto de Caza Hierarchy

The Real Housewives of Orange County realtor is breaking it down for us all.

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Tamra Judge and Eddie Judge moved into a beautiful new $2 million mansion in Coto de Caza earlier this year. The move put The Real Housewives of Orange County realtor and her husband in the same gated community as Vicki Gunvalson, but as Tamra explained on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in the above video, they aren't exactly neighbors.

A caller to the Bravo Clubhouse asked Tamra if Vicki gave her a casserole when she moved in.

"I've never gotten a casserole," Tamra retorted. "Well, Coto de Caza is a huge community. I ride bikes and it's about 15 miles around, it's kind of a big community to ride around. So Vicki is about three miles from us and I really don't see her."

Part of the reason they don't just bump into each other is that Tamra's house is secluded behind a second gate in the gated community.

"I've already said it once, I've said it twice: I'm double gated," Tamra explained. "She's not double gated."

So there you have it: Coto de Caza hierarchy. Gates within gates!

“We’re far enough that we don’t consider her as a neighbor,” Eddie explained to Home & Design earlier this year. “She would never walk over to bring us, you know, sugar.”

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