The Real Housewives getting Christmas movie spin-off with original cast member starring

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The Real Housewives is getting a Christmas movie spin-off with an original cast member starring.

Per Deadline, Kyle Richards will star in original festive film The Real Housewives Of the North Pole, which will air later this year on US streaming service Peacock.

The movie will also feature Breaking Bad actress Betsy Brandt and follow Trish and Diana, the so-called Christmas Queens of North Pole, Vermont, who are the nine-year reigning champions of the Best Holiday House decorating competition.

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Photo credit: Steve Granitz - Getty Images

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Following an argument just days before Christmas and amidst a town-wide feud, a national magazine writer comes to the town with plans of writing a damning expose called 'Real Housewives of the North Pole'.

The Real Housewives Of the North Pole will be directed by Ron Oliver, with production on the film to start in Utah later this month.

Sharing the news to Instagram on Friday (July 16), Richards wrote: "So happy to be working with this incredible actress @betsybrandt.

"I can't wait for you all to see it!"

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Richards' casting follows her filming a role in Halloween Kills, which will hit cinemas this October, a year later than initially planned.

The Real Housewives Of the North Pole will air on Peacock in the US later this year.

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