Real Housewives fans ‘gutted’ as star quits to find fame in America


The Real Housewives of Cheshire star Debbie Davies is leaving the ITVBe reality show.

The psychic medium, who joined in series 13 last year, reportedly has a TV career in America lined up.

Sources told the Daily Star that producers in the United States want Debbie to film a ghost and paranormal show.

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Confirming the news of her departure on Instagram, Debbie was showered with messages from well-wishers including former Real Housewives star Ester Dee who wished her ‘good luck.’

Debbie Davies is leaving the Real Housewives

Speaking of her plans for the podcast she wrote: “It’s a new chapter a new journey and so far the year has got off to a good start.

“I’m really looking forward to recording the first podcast with Ian and Chris, two ex-cops.

“Chris was the head of a murder squad so this will be very interesting! #truecrime #serialkillers #podcast.”

Fan lucy.locket08 said: “You will be deeply missed on Housewives.

“Made it very interesting.”

Debbie has been able to see ghosts for as long as she can remember

And they added: “So gutted your leaving.”

wendy_1665 told her: “Will certainly miss you on the real housewives of Cheshire but it will be a new adventure for you. “

And claremaher74 said: “Sorry to hear you’re leaving Real Housewives I’ve enjoyed watching you, good luck for the future.”

Debbie got her fellow Housewives talking thanks to her ability to see the dead.

Debbie on The Real Housewives of Cheshire with the dolls with souls

She spooked her castmates with a ghostly tour of Muncaster Castle in Cumbria.

And she stirred emotions in Rachel Lugo and Seema Malhotra by introducing them to ‘dolls with souls.’

Debbie says she realized that she was able to see the dead from her first days at primary school when she asked why no-one else was seeing their grandparents standing next to them in the classroom.

She also remarked that she didn’t like someone who would always stand next to her and named a headteacher who had died in the 1800s.

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“I realized that nobody else could see what I could see,” she explained.

“To me you’re born that way and it was just normal.”

Deborah, from Wilmslow, says she inherited her gift from her late mother who was also a medium and whose family line is said to go back to the Pendle Witches.

From around the age of three she used to draw pictures of ‘previous life’ and it was through starting school that she realized she saw the world differently.

Deborah, who live streams ghost walks on her social media, previously appeared on Sky TV show Unexplained: Caught on Camera investigating the spirit world.




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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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