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Lauren Simon Confirms Her Return To The Real Housewives Of Cheshire!

Lauren Simon officially confirms her return to The Real Housewives of Cheshire. The sassy and outspoken redhead confirmed the news via her Instagram Stories. Simon shared a screenshot of the event that she hosted over the weekend.

"Thank you all for making last night perfect I'm back," she wrote, adding a red heart emoji."

The ladies filmed their first group event at The Colony in Wilmslow over the weekend which was hosted by Lauren for the show’s upcoming eleventh season.

Many of the ladies were in attendance such as Dawn Ward, Tanya Bardsley, Rachel Lugo, Perla Navia with her son Rafael, Seema Malhotra, and Hanna Miraftab with her husband Martin.

Ester Dee was absent from the event, although she's expected to be back for the 11th series.

In November 2019, Simon revealed that she was open to returning to the ITVBe hit reality series. "I’ve been watching Housewives this season. I would love to go back, let’s see what happens," she told Manchester Evening News at that time.

As previously reported, Lauren deiced to leave the ITVBe hit reality series after eight seasons while going through divorce proceedings from estranged husband Paul Simon.

"Since November I've been on a health kick," she previously told Manchester Evening News. "I've done most of this year with zero alcohol at all and training. I've not been filming so I thought while I'm not working I'm going to concentrate on getting myself fit and healthy and mentally well because I've had such a hard time."

"I'm still fighting this divorce. This is three and half years and the only way for me to be mentally and physically fit is to take up mindfulness, take up hypnosis, to literally cut out anything that's unhealthy. So I don't have any alcohol and I eat very little carbs. But I can't give up chocolate."

"When we filmed it's very social and I'd think 'oh I'll have a glass of champagne' so while I'm not working there's no point," she continued. "I'm being really healthy, lots of fish and vegetables, juicing and I can feel the benefits."

"This journey has been so difficult and I've been so lucky to have the most gorgeous friends and the girls in the show have all been amazing and supportive," she said. "If I hadn't had the support from my family and my close friends I don't think I'd still be standing."

"I needed to take time out and actually look after me. If I'm not well how can I look after my family?," she explained. "I just felt like I needed to take a break, try and relax and through that I've tried yoga, and I have to hold my hands up, I hate it."

Lauren claimed it was at her request that her exit wasn't mentioned on the series. "It was my request, because the court process is still going on, for me not to be spoken about on the television," she explained.

Lauren explained she decided to walk away from the series because she wanted time to heal and focus on her ongoing divorce. She also mentioned that she didn't want her children seeing her discussing her issues with their father, her estranged husband Paul.

"I didn't want my children to turn on the TV and see me crying and upset and just saying negative things."

Lauren is looking forward to the future. "I'm hoping for the future, once this is all over, 2020 will be a different year, " she previously told Manchester Evening News. "It's got to finish sometime. I'm hoping by 2020 the doors are closed and I can move forward to whatever's next."

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