In the six years since Karen Huger first graced our screens on the debut season of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Potomac, the Grand Dame has made plenty of shady faces, she's offered viewers countless quotable one-liners — which are, sometimes, confusing (like the Sing Sing comment in Season 6) — and she's given a lot of exposure to Surry County, Virginia.
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If Karen Huger has proved anything to fans over the years, it's that she's a true multi-hyphenate with a strong connection to her family. And she took fans even deeper inside her world — and home to Surry County, Virginia — in the two-part special The Real Housewives of Potomac: Karen's Grande Dame Reunion. The special focuses on Karen and her family, the Woodens, gathering to try and figure out what the future holds for their farm, which has been in her family for more than a hundred years.
Watch: Bridgerton, Euphoria & More! Favorite Binge-Worthy TV Shows. Karen Huger is keeping it all in the family. The Real Housewives of Potomac fan-favorite stars in her own two-part special, Karen's Grande Dame Reunion, premiering April 17 on Bravo. With husband Ray and daughter Rayvin by her side, Karen heads...
Karen and Rayvin Huger on Bringing 'Succession' to Bravo With 'RHOP: Karen's Grande Dame Reunion' (Exclusive)
The Grande Dame of Potomac is bringing it back to Surry County. Well, Surry County adjacent. Karen Huger brings together her family for a one-of-a-kind reunion in Henrico, Virginia, a town (or two) over from where she grew up -- and Bravo cameras are there to capture it all for The Real Housewives of Potomac's first-ever spinoff, Karen's Grande Dame Reunion.