A Sad News for the Fans as Cameran Eubanks won’t be Returning for the Seventh Season of Southern Charm

The reality star had been a full time member of the cast ever since the show debuted in March 2014

It seems like Southern Charm will be looking for a new narrator for its seventh season

Cameron Eubanks, a Real World: San Diego alumna, and a major player in the popular Bravo show, ever since its debut in 2014, and had provided the voice-over narration for the show in every episode, has stated that she won’t be returning for the upcoming season in an Instagram post.

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Remember going out to eat with friends?! Can’t wait until we can do it again. ❤️@pataltschul @eddieirions I miss our dates!

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A shock for the fans 

In the post provided above, which is a throwback of her with friends including Southern Charm co-star Patricia Altschul, a fan commented, “Missing the show! When are you returning?💕”, to which the star responded, “I will not be returning.”

The subtle response was a major shock to her fans and they responded with pleas, saying she was the best part of the show and that she should stay.

A rep for Bravo made no comment when PEOPLE reached out for a report, but the news of Eubanks’ exit came as a major surprise seeing how integral she was to the show and her group of friends – Shep Rose, Craig Conover, and Austen Krill, who are all expected to be returning in the upcoming season, along with Kathryn Dennis and the rest of the cast.

Production for the seventh season had begun towards the start of the year, but had to be stopped due to the nationwide order to stay at home, due to the novel coronavirus.

Eubanks has been vocal about her opinions on reopening beaches and nonessential stores, and even lashed out at Governor McMaster on social media and how it’s important to control the spread instead of making the public places crowded again.