Monday, May 9, 2016

Chyka Keebaugh Is Leaving 'Real Housewives Of Melbourne'
CHYKA Keebaugh is leaving The Real Housewives Of Melbourne after three years on the reality show.

The Sunday Herald Sun can reveal the original cast member of the show won’t be back if a fourth series is commissioned, preferring on working creating a lifestyle empire, much like American doyen Martha Stewart.

“It’s time for a change,” she said.

‘I’ve had the most amazing ride and it’s been absolutely wonderful.

“I feel like I have given as much as I can to the show, and I want to concentrate on other things too.

“It think it’s good to go out on a high.
Keebaugh runs her own website and with her husband Bruce, one of Melbourne’s most successful events companies, The Big Group.

She said her family, husband Bruce and children Chessie and BJ, are completely supportive of her decision.

Recently Chessie made headlines after some driving indiscretions, however Keebaugh said this had nothing to do with her quitting the show, if anything it made the family stronger.

Keebaugh said Housewives can be all encompassing, including delving into private lives.

‘It’s eight months of your life,” she said.

“It goes into everything, it goes into family, all of which has been wonderful.
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