RHONY: Tinsley Mortimer has stopped filming for the show

After Tinsley moved to Chicago and got engaged to Scott earlier in the month, it seemed like she was done with RHONY for good.

Tinsley Mortimer and Scott Kluth got engaged a few weeks ago after Tinsley moved to Chicago to be with him.  For some reason, Luann de Lesseps keeps speaking to the press for Tinsley, and People confirmed the Countess said she is done with filming RHONY.  “She seems very happy and I want her to be happy and get married.”  I’m sure Tins is very thankful for your well wishes, Lu.

The last time Tinsley filmed with The Real Housewives of New York cast members, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Dorinda Medley, and newcomer Leah McSweeney was at BravoCon in November.  People has some kind of insider that reports that, “Scott gave her an ultimatum: ‘me or the show,’ and she chose him.”  Tinsley’s endgame on the show always seemed to be getting married and having her “happily ever after,” so it seems that she got what she wanted after all.

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Scott never seemed too comfortable with the show, especially being filmed for it.  Tinsley only had four or five weeks of filming left, but moved to Chicago in mid-November.  We usually see the holidays and new years events on RHONY – but it is understandable if she wanted to spend the holidays with her new fiance.

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Tinsley was a main cast member for four seasons, from seasons nine through twelve.  After returning from her tumultuous time in Palm Beach, Florida (important note: NOT West Palm Beach, Florida), Tinsley spent some time bopping around NYC trying to find her home again.  It seems she did find her home, but in Chicago.  I hope she finds a more permanent home for her Louboutins than her penthouse suite’s oven.  Godspeed, Tins.

The Real Housewives of New York will be back next year on Bravo.

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