The Real Housewives of Dallas is reportedly losing one cast member but gaining two newbies for its second season.

According to multiple sources, Housewife Tiffany Hendra will not be returning for Season 2 of the Bravo reality series. However, the 45-year-old actress is the only original cast member leaving, Us Weekly reported.

Replacing Hendra -- who is married to pop rock singer Aaron Hendra -- will reportedly be Kameron Westcott and D'Andra Simmons.

Westcott and Simmons will join returning Housewives Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber, LeeAnne Locken, Stephanie Hollman and Marie Reyes.

"Kameron is crazy wealthy," a source told Us. "Her husband just sold something to Apple."

Westcott hinted at her participation on Twitter, as her bio reads, "Housewife in Highland Park, Mommy, Fashionista, Philanthropist -- I Believe in PINK & Anything that SPARKLES."

Simmons is a "well-known society woman in Dallas," the source told the magazine of the CEO of the skincare line Hard Night Good Morning.

Bravo declines comment on casting rumors, but Simmons appeared to confirm her involvement with The Real Housewives of Dallas when she commented underneath a photo of a cast event for the first-season finale: "YEEHAW! Giddy up for Season 2 of RHOD! Hold on to your hats! Darn Tootin!"

The Real Housewives of Dallas premiered in April 2016 on Bravo and served as the franchise's ninth installment. Season 1 wrapped in June of last year.