Audrina Patridge Goes Back to Brunette, Says She Did It for Her 'Hills' Fans!

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Audrina Patridge is a brunette once again!

After sporting lighter tresses for the past few months, the 31-year-old reality star decided to go back to her natural hue, taking to Instagram on Wednesday to announce the news with a sweet selfie.

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According to her caption, Patridge underwent the hair makeover at the request of her fans!

"@brianacisneros Bringing me back to brunette #carselfie," she explained. "P.s. this is for my diehard Hills fans that have been saying go back to dark haha?."

Her 1.4 million followers were obviously supportive of the new look, writing things like, "Yay!!! Love you as a brunette," "Mega babe!" and "Now bring back The Hills, and the low pony with mad volume hahah!"

It's surely been an exciting 2017 for Patridge so far. The Los Angeles native is newly married, as she said "I do" to her longtime love, Corey Bohan, on Nov. 6, 2016, in Hawaii.

The two are also enjoying parenthood after welcoming their first child together, daughter Kirra Max, last June. "She's growing up so fast," Patridge captioned a snap of her mini-me adorably dressed in a yellow jumpsuit and jean jacket.

While chatting with ET last month, Patridge revealed the secrets to keeping the romance alive with her BMX pro beau, who she's been with for over eight years.

"We've been through all those pitfalls, I feel like, before we got married," she explained. "We experienced the reality side of it, the made-up stories in the tabloids, other people trying to get in between us and the gossip and the rumors."

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"I feel like we are so grounded now and we have each other's backs no matter what," she continued. "People can't just try to come in between us and tell us lies. It's like, 'No, that's not true.'"

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