It's official, Lisa Vanderpump is throwing in the towel. "The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" star will not return for Season 10 of the Bravo reality show. 

Vanderpump shared the news with Us Weekly on Thursday just one day after reunion host Andy Cohen revealed she was not present for filming the show's Season 9 closer. "I made the decision to leave," Vanderpump confirmed. "The 'Housewives', it's just, it's emotionally too difficult to deal with."

The British restauranteur has been a main cast member on "The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" since its inception in 2010. Vanderpump even received a spin-off, "Vanderpump Rules", based on the restaurant SUR that she owns with husband Ken Todd, which is speculated to have recently started filming its eighth season.

For fans, news of Vanderpump leaving is no surprise as there had been speculation about the 58-year-old quitting the franchise since November. Her rumored reason for leaving won't shock viewers either. According to Radar Online, "she was fed up over the falling out from her former best friends Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley."

In addition to the "Housewives" drama, Vanderpump has also been dealing with the loss of her brother since his passing last year.

Although the green-eyed beauty is giving up her spot on the hit show, that won't make her any less busy. Vanderpump will most likely divert her extra time to her multitude of restaurants and other business ventures.