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The Real Reason Sutton Stracke Got Demoted On RHOBH!

Sutton Stracke, who joined the cast of the tenth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, originally signed up to be a full-time cast member. The mother-of-three even recorded and filmed her opening sequence and tagline for the Bravo hit reality series.

When Bravo released the trailer for the series, which premiered on April 15, Stracke was demoted to a “friend” of the series. So what was the real reason Sutton was demoted?

Reports suggest Sutton’s ex-husband, Christian Stracke, did not want their children to appear on the show, according to Entertainment Tonight.

“I feel bad about what happened to her, and it sucks,” Erika Girardi told the outlet. “But she's gonna be a great 'friend of.'”

Kyle Richards confirmed on Wednesday via Instagram Live that Sutton was set to hold a diamond for season 10, reports Us Weekly. According to the original cast member, Stracke deserved to be on the show in a full-time role, but Richards claims that Sutton didn’t film enough of her personal life on the Bravo hit reality series so the network opted to make her a “friend” instead.

Sutton addressed the topic and revealed that viewers won’t see her three teenagers on the show.

“That was kind of one of the parts that kept me from filming as much as I would have liked this season. I mean I think I was full-time, we filmed a lot, but there was a chunk of my life that was missing. So hopefully next season we can see that,” she told Us Weekly.

However, the southern beauty reveals that viewers will meet her boyfriend Michael this season.

“He’s definitely on the show. Hopefully not too much drama around there, but yeah, he was a sport for sure,” she said. “I am hoping that [viewers] are going to learn how a Southern girl from Augusta, Georgia can make her way through New York, living in London, moving to L.A. and getting to do all of these amazing things while being grateful at the same time.”

She continued: “I love my life, but I also am so privileged and feel so humbled to be able to have the life that I have. And I love giving back to charities and I hope that people can learn that we can all give back to charities no matter what our financial situation is. That’s a big part of my life.”

Stracke also opened up about her potential RHOBH tagline before she was made a “friend” of the series.

“Everybody’s asking me that. I’m like, ‘I don’t know.’ I always really liked something like, ‘I might be Southern, but don’t ring my bell,’” she told Us Weekly. “Who knows? Who knows what they would’ve come up with.”

She added: “The diamond is very heavy to hold, but I would love to like be a diamond carrying member, for sure.”

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