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Vicki Gunvalson reunites with Season 1 cast to celebrate a big RHOC milestone

Getting the band back together!

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Some of the The Real Housewives of Orange County‘s original Housewives met up Sunday to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show’s premiere in style.

Vicki Gunvalson, who is the only cast member who has appeared on all 10 seasons of RHOC, got together with Jo De La Rosa, Jeana Keough and Tammy Knickerbocker for dinner and drinks at Mastro’s Steakhouse, and commemorated the reunion with a sweet photo posted to Gunvalson’s Instagram, captioned with the hashtags #rhoc and #girlsnight.

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Gunvalson, De La Rosa and Keough all met on the show’s first season, while Knickerbocker joined the cast for Season 2. The first season of the show debuted March 21, 2006. How time flies!

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Despite how much time has passed, Gunvalson’s photos of the reunion meetup proved that the ladies from RHOC‘s early days haven’t aged at all.

“So good meeting up with @justjodelarosa and after 10 years since filming Season 1, it’s like no time has passed at all!” she captioned a shot of the ladies seated together around a table, still looking just as fabulous as they did a decade ago.

Another snap showed them posing outside, with the caption, “Reuniting with my #rhoc girls. When filming with these ladies was fun & inspiring. #rhoc, #girlsnight #greatmemoriesmade”

According to De La Rosa, the reunion dinner was also an early celebration for Gunvalson’s birthday, which is next weekend. Lauri Peterson and Kimberly Bryant, who also starred on RHOC‘s inaugural season, weren’t shown in any of the photos, suggesting that they didn’t make it to the bash.

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