Eileen Davidson Exits 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' After Three Seasons

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Beverly Hills is one housewife down -- at least on TV.
Eileen Davidson took to Instagram on Friday to reveal that she has stepped down as a Housewife on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after three seasons on the Bravo reality show.
"After a lot of thought, because of my crazy scheds at [The Young and The Restless and Days of Our Lives], I've decided it's best for me and my fam to step away from being a housewife for now," Davidson shared. "But ya never know! I might be popping in to see what the ladies are up to from time to time! Thanks for your love and support guys!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️."

Davidson made her announcement after Camille Grammer posted a snap of the season seven cast, which included returning Housewife Adrienne Maloof, but not Davidson.
"TRUE! Bcuz of my crazy sched @ yr & days I must step away from hw 4 now," Davidson wrote on Twitter. "But I might b popping in 2 see what the chix r up 2 Thx 4 the ❤️."
The Days of Our Lives star, who got her start on the soap opera in 1993, starring alongside fellow Housewife Lisa Rinna, joined RHOBH for season five in 2014.
Davidson's exit from the show follows Eden Sassoon, who announced her departure in May.
Rinna, meanwhile, told ET in May that she had "no idea" whether she would return for season eight.
"No one ever knows whether they'll be back until, like, five minutes before, to be honest with you," she revealed. "Who knows? I don't know what the plan is for me. I never do."
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