Another reality show stare is staying home. The Southern Charm star has shared on social media that she will not be returning to the popular Bravo show for the next season.
Cameran shared a photo on Instagram with some friends, including fellow Southern Charm castmate Patricia Altschul. She captioned the photo, “Remember going out to eat with friends?! Can’t wait until we can do it again. ❤️@pataltschul @eddieirions I miss our dates!.”
A fan followed up with the question of when Cameran will be returning to the show. “Missing the show! When are you returning?,” the fan wrote.
Cameran’s response? “I will not be returning,” she replied. What? That led to a flurry of comments asking why and revealing how much they will miss the 36-year-old mother of one.
“what?!?! Say it isn’t so,” replied one fan.
“You’ve always been my favorite and rewatching southern charm has been a great distraction for this Boston Nurse! The show won’t be the same without you,” revealed another.
“That is upsetting! You were my favorite part of that show…kept everyone else in line,” wrote a follower.
Cameran began the show as one of the originals and we have seen her get married and have a baby girl, Palmer, in her six seasons on the show.
Southern Charm is a reality series that began airing on Bravo in March 2014. It follows the personal and professional lives of a group of socialites who reside in Charleston, South Carolina, including Cameran, Shep Rose, Jenna King, Craig Conover, Austen Kroll, Whitney Sudler Smith and Thomas Ravenel, who left after the fifth season amid legal troubles.
The show was so popular it has created two spin-offs titled Southern Charm: Savannah, taking place in Savannah Georgia and Southern Charm: New Orleans.
Cameran was a mainstay on the show, as one follower said, keeping the others in line as much as she could. Fans of the show will surely miss her presence.