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Magali Gorré Says ‘Door Is Closed’ On RHOCheshire Return!

Magali Gorré made it clear that she has no plans on returning to The Real Housewives of Cheshire. Earlier this month, an insider previously revealed to us that a former original cast member was set to return for Season 11 and it was between Lauren Simon and Gorré - which was revealed over the weekend that Simon is, in fact, returning for the new series.

After a fan suggested to "Bring Mama Back!!," Magali responded, "Nope the door is closed !"

Magali made it clear that despite fans campaigning for her to return to the series, she has been busy with her family.

"I have a great life," she tweeted. "My husband got knighted, he has his own street in Holland. Kenji [gets] married in June and OfficialQ.G on Insta watch his space !"

She continued: "His singing [will] do so well !! It's great to see us work hard and score hard !"

After many fans shared their disappointment after learning that she was not returning to the series, she assured them that she will keep them posted on the future projects that she has lined up.

"I will keep you posted I promise ok ! Let me figure what is the best thing to do," she wrote. "I have a lot going on what I can show anyway."

Magali seems to have a full plate this year as her footballer son Kenji is set to tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend Izabella Levey. The newly engaged couple confirmed their engagement last month and are set to exchange vows in June.

Meanwhile, her husband Dean got a street named after him in his hometown, Rotterdam. That's not all, the former footballer is the national team manager of Suriname in South America - he also got recently knighted due to his successful career.

Also, her son Quinten has been keeping busy releasing music under his artist name, QG.

Magali left the show in 2016 after two seasons, saying she wanted to spend more time with her family and grief the passing of her father.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News at the time she said: “After having a while to think about series three, I made a decision, albeit very bittersweet, to take a break from the new series. Away from the show, last year was a very tough year for my family and I, dealing with various family illnesses and the sad passing of my father.”

Since leaving the show Magali has stayed fully involved in the Cheshire social scene and is often pictured with her former co-stars at several events.

Since leaving the show, Magali has launched a YouTube channel called Magali World where she recaps the show for Manchester Evening News as well launched her own lifestyle mobile app called Magali Gorré Lifestyle.

She previously revealed that she's working on releasing a book about her time on the ITVBe hit reality show where she plans to spill major behind-the-scenes tea.

Photo Credit: Nathan D'Amour Photography via Facebook