After nearly two years of construction, "Real Housewives of Orange Country" star Heather Dubrow is finally able to move into her new swanky home, and she wasted no time breaking out the bubbly.
"Moving in! #priorities," she captioned a photo of multiple cases of Veuve Clicquot champagne (and we do mean multiple cases, as there are at least 15 in this photo!) A champagne wall can be seen behind an obscenely large glass wine fridge.
It's estimated that the champagne alone costs $8,000.
The home even apparently has champagne on demand, as Heather said last week that she installed a button in her closet to let the house staff know when she needs a glass of bubbly.
"Yup, I did this. #champagnedoorbell #inmycloset #Ringsinkitchen #heatherdubrowsworld #RHOC," she said.
Over the past year Heather has shared images of the 20,000 square foot home under construction to Instagram, so she was more than eager to show off the mansion after it was completed.
The home looks nothing short of spectacular.
"SO CLOSE .....getting so excited !!! #homesweethome," she said last month, showing off the exterior of the home.
The swanky digs includes a movie theater, which was featured on the Bravo reality show.
"As seen on #RHOC tonight ... Movie theatre! For more on tonight's episode listen to #heatherdubrowsworld tomorrow ! Download and listen for free @podcastone @itunes or direct link at heatherdubrow.com I love you @drdubrow !!!!!!"
Heather has been overseeing construction from day one.
Last week she showed off the giant master bathroom.
Another image show her husband, "Botched" star Terry Dubrow, sitting on an oversized couch.
"@drdubrow wanted a HUGE sofa to hang out with the whole family ...!," she wrote. "#sneakpeek #greatroom #familyroom #heatherdubrowsworld #RHOC has a peek at the movie theatre tomorrow night at 9pm on @bravotv !"
"Sneak peek .... Dining room ... Furniture going in today ....#RHOC btw.... It's centered ... Just the photo is at an angle ...." she said of a photo of her dining room.
We only have one question: When can we visit?