“You can try to take my castle, but you will never steal my crown,” she says in the intro of the teaser video, released on Tuesday.
The Bravolebrity, 40, was most likely referring to her recent revelation that Lenny, 50, will be keeping their beloved home.
“He’s gonna keep the house,” Lisa said, when asked about their post-divorce plans at BravoCon 2022 in October.
Lenny claimed in previous court documents obtained by Page Six that it was written in in their prenuptial agreement that Lisa would have to move out of their house within 30 days of either of them filing for divorce.
The former couple spent years building their 20,000 square-foot house “from the ground up,” and they lived there for six years with son Logan, 7, and daughter Elle, 3.
The mansion, which lies on Star Island, includes everything a “Real Housewife” could dream of, as viewers have seen over the years.
Lisa previously let Bravo cameras follow her around for a house tour where she showed off her two attached guest homes, nine bedrooms and a “custom-made” chandelier that “took three weeks to install” in her grand foyer.
She also gave glimpses of her massive walk-in closet with custom moving racks and a painting of herself that was hung up in one of the general living spaces.
“Lenny thinks that this is the most ridiculous thing in the house,” she said while pointing to the painting of her clad in lingerie. “He doesn’t understand why I have a huge painting of myself in the house, but it’s my house, who else should it be?”
The reality star described the style as “old Hollywood glam.”
“I definitely feel like Barbie living in a Barbie dream house,” she said during the Season 4 premiere. “The house is very Hollywood glam.”
Back in May, Page Six broke the news that Lenny was filing for divorce from Lisa after 12 years of marriage.
Lenny then filed a document demanding NBCUniversal to submit proof of all of Lisa’s earnings from the hit franchise after previously claiming she raked in $30,000 per episode.
Lenny’s filing came shortly after Lisa claimed she couldn’t buy diapers or food for their kids after her estranged husband allegedly cut her off from using their American Express credit card. Lisa’s allegation was written in her second request for temporary support.