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Tamra Judge Reveals What It Was Like Moving During a Pandemic
The Real Housewives of Orange Countyalum moved back into her former house during the coronavirus crisis and says now she’s “just staying home.”
Tamra Judge hit the jackpot earlier this year. While she had no intentions of moving out of the gorgeous Coto de Caza home that she had purchased for $2 million a year and a half earlier, The Real Housewives of Orange County alum got an offer that was too good to be true… to the tune of $200,000 more than she and her husband Eddie Judge had paid in 2018! “I was like, ‘Sold!’” Tamra revealed on Jeff Lewis Live, adding, “Our house wasn’t even on the market!”
Even better news came that same day, when Tamra learned that the renters of her previous home in Covenant Hills, California were moving out — providing the perfect opportunity for Tamra and her family to move back in. Not before some major renovations, however.
In an interview with her local KTLA TV station this week, Tamra described what that move was like, considering that it took place right in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. “Um, you know what, we moved right in the middle of the quarantine, so we’ve been really busy unpacking and decorating and doing this to the house,” Tamra revealed. “But that’s finished as of yesterday, so now I’m like ‘Ah! What am I gonna do?!’ But you know what we have, the kids are here and we’re just spending time with our family like everyone else. Just staying home.”
And she's working, too! Tamra also revealed in the interview that her CBD company Vena CBD is donating 10 percent of all proceeds to coronavirus relief in the month of April. "We're fortunate enough to have a business that is doing OK in this economy, we also have our gym that has been shut down, so we just wanted to give back what we could."