The 40-year-old real estate star told Page Six that she had no plans to return to the show, and she’s instead spending her time in Miami, Florida, to focus on her new real estate firm.
She clarified her career move just two days after sharing that she had a miscarriage on Tuesday, which came six months after she suffered a stillbirth.
That’s all: Maya Vander, confirmed Thursday to Page Six that she was done with Selling Sunset for good, just two days after she announced a miscarriage; seen in 2019 in Beverly Hills
Maya clarified to the publication that she had ‘decided to not execute my contract’ for another season of Selling Sunset.
‘I love the show, and it was great, but I’m excited to focus on the Miami real estate market,’ she continued, adding that all the cross-country traveling she had to do to maintain her business and to appear on the series was a major stressor for her.
‘I want to focus on my family, and flying coast to coast is a lot. The show is great, and I love everyone, but looking forward to growing my business in South Florida,’ she said.
Vander will be moving on from the Oppenheim group to Compass, which her firm will be part of.
Slowing down: ‘I love the show, and it was great, but I’m excited to focus on the Miami real estate market,’ she said, adding that she was tired of the flights from ‘coast to coast’
New gig: She’ll focus on running the Maya Vander Group in Miami, Florida, after switching her license from the Oppenheim Group to Compass; still from Selling Sunset
According to Us Weekly, co-founder Jason Oppenheim is ‘well aware’ of her plans to leave his firm.
Maya seems determined to have a fresh start after revealing Tuesday on Instagram that she went through a miscarriage.
She shared the the news in the caption to a sweet photo of her son Aiden, three, snoozing in bed.
‘I had a very crazy week. Miscarriage after 10 weeks.. following my stillbirth.. [crying emoji] but my kids and my husband are absolutely my blessing and I am so lucky to be their mother!!’ she wrote. ‘They bring joy and happiness to my life!!’
She also urged her 1.3 million followers to ‘Hug and love the people you care about. Don’t take things for granted.’
Sad news: Maya seems determined to have a fresh start after revealing Tuesday on Instagram that she went through a miscarriage
Maya and her husband David Amar also share their two-year-old daughter Elle.
Six months earlier, the reality star suffered a devastating stillbirth.
She shared the somber news on social media with a photo of a memory box presented to her by the hospital.
‘I had a still birth at 38 weeks. I always heard of it but never imagined I’ll be part of the statistics… Instead of delivering a baby, I get to go home with a memory box… I do not wish this on anyone,’ she wrote in her heartbreaking caption. ‘What was a regular weekly checkup turned into a nightmare that I never imagined would happen to me…’
She added that she was posting about the stillbirth because she had discussed her pregnancies on Selling Sunset, so she wanted to avoid future questions about her due date.
‘You will always be in our heart Mason Miller,’ she concluded.
Heartbreaking: Six months earlier, the reality star suffered a devastating stillbirth. She shared the somber news on social media with a photo of a memory box presented to her by the hospital
Maya has been open about past miscarriages, and she previously revealed that she suffered two before successfully giving birth to Aiden in April 2019.
She had announced her pregnancy with Mason back in July 2021.
Maya announced she was pregnant with their third child in July 2021.
Last week, she announced on Instagram that she was ‘pushing forward’ by focusing on her work. She encouraged other people going through similar tragedies to find ways to distract themselves.
Moving on: Last week, she announced on Instagram that she was ‘pushing forward’ by focusing on her work