Wendy Moore has announced that she is leaving Channel Seven reality show House Rules.
The judge, who had been with the program seven years ago since the beginning, went to Instagram on Saturday to explain her unexpected departure.
It only comes two months after host Johanna Griggs announced her own resignation.
& # 39; It is definitely time & # 39 ;: House Rules Judge Wendy Moore (center) announced that she will be leaving the show on Saturday in a long Instagram post. Pictured with co-jury members Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen (left) and Jamie Durie (right)
& # 39; After seven incredible years in the great show that House Rules is, it's time to say goodbye & # 39 ;, Wendy spoke to her followers on Instagram.
& # 39; I enjoyed every moment and am really proud to have worked on a show that has literally changed lives and inspired us all to face big scary challenges, & # 39; she continued.
& # 39; I have made so many friends, seen so many parts of Australia, and learned so much that I will always be grateful to Channel Seven. & # 39;
Wendy thanked her fellow jury members Jamie Durie, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, interior design expert Carolyn Burns-McCrave, host Johanna Griggs, the crew and the participants.
Farewell: & # 39; After seven incredible years in the great show that House Rules is, it's time to say goodbye & # 39 ;, Wendy addressed her Instagram followers. Depicted with host Johanna Griggs
She was also enthusiastic about her new role as general manager of Foxtel & # 39; s LifeStyle channels.
& # 39; Of course it's always sad to see the end of such a great experience, you could call this the #sevenyearitch.
& # 39; It is absolutely time, and my new role at the head of the LifeStyle channels has been an absolute whirlwind in the last six months, and I know it will only get bigger and better as all of our new shows next year are being rolled out. & # 39;
Wendy accompanied her caption with various photos of the cast and crew from behind the scenes.
Back on set? It is unclear whether Wendy & # 39; s co-judges, including Jamie Durie (photo), 49, will return for the eighth season
Sources close by TV Blackbox believe also that Wendy & # 39; s exit is part of Channel Seven & # 39; s goal to freshen up all shows, under the guidance of new CEO James Warburton.
It is unclear whether Jamie Durie, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Carolyn Burns-McCrave are returning for the eighth season.
In July, Johanna, 45, announced her departure as a host, after seven years with the show.
She wrote partially on Instagram: & # 39; I have something new for all of you. After much consideration, I recently joined the network to ask to resign as a host of House Rules. & # 39;
Shock exit: In July, Johanna, 45, went to Instagram to announce her resignation as a host after seven years
Johanna added: & # 39; They have graciously agreed to (resign) with me, which I appreciate incredibly.
& # 39; As the show goes into pre-production for the next season, it's the perfect time to transfer the role to someone who will record the show (season eight). & # 39;
She continued: & # 39; The production of reality TV has been an eye opener, they are such huge creatures with so many people involved, and I have had a great time in the past seven years driving the ship and working with a lot of of my favorite camera & # 39; s crews as we cross the country. & # 39;
Joh, a former competitive swimmer, is a permanent employee of Channel Seven, who joined the Seven Sport team for the first time in 1993.
She has been hosting House Rules since the first season in 2013.
Furthermore: the former competitive swimmer told fans that & # 39; this is the perfect time to transfer the role to someone who will record the show (season eight)
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