'RHONY' star's unexpected exit surprises fellow cast members and fans

During the The Real Housewives of New York City's mid-season finale on Thursday, viewers learned that Tinsley Mortimer left the show to live in Chicago with fiancee Scott Kluth. Mortimer joined the franchise in 2017.
Mortimer brought the news to the performers during a Halloween dinner. And while some supported their decision, Dorinda Medley was not one of them. Medley replied to the good news by saying, "I have a turkey baster, maybe you could actually have a baby."
Shortly before the episode aired, Mortimer made a statement on her Instagram account thanking the people and sharing some of her favorite photos from her time on the show. Shortly after Mortimer moved to Chicago, Kluth suggested.
The fans were both broken and happy for Mortimer. She met Kluth shortly after entering the show and their relationship was full of ups and downs. The fans were also proud of Mortimer when they decided to have a relationship with Kluth.

The little mess
@ThePettyMess_
Why am I crying over Tinsley's end card?

Don't think of me, IM FINE GUYS #RHONY
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5:01 a.m. - June 12, 2020
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Elina Rudkovsky
@bklinz
Tinsley simply did what most women in this franchise never did. He chose more than 15 minutes of real life glory. #RHONY
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Linds
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Tinsley chose her future and love for Bravo fame, which says a lot about her and the other women. I greet her for it, although I am amazed that she is leaving. #RHONY
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05:12 - June 12, 2020
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Louis Peitzman

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But when Tinsley is gone, who will Dorinda get her irrational anger at?
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New York City's Real Housewives will air on Thursdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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