Cavallari, 33, broke the news to her followers on Tuesday, a month after she and her husband Jay Cutler, 36, announced their divorce.
"As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with 'Very Cavallari,'" she captioned an Instagram photo of herself filming a confessional on the show. "I've absolutely loved my time filming and am so grateful to E! Entertainment for making this journey possible. To the fans: I can't thank you enough for all your support and for keeping up with me all of these years. I love you guys."
Although the show primarily focused on Cavallari running her business, Uncommon James, it also illuminated the ups and downs of the couple's marriage. Sources also recently told PEOPLE there was friction between Cavallari and Cutler behind-the-scenes.
Cavallari made her reality TV debut as a teenager on MTV's Laguna Beach, which aired from 2004 to 2006, then later joined the cast of The Hills spinoff, which aired from 2006 to 2010.
The rebooted Hills: New Beginnings premiered on MTV in 2019 with much of the original cast minus Cavallari, who was unable to join in part due to her E! contract, and Lauren Conrad. But she has stayed close with many of her former costars, including Pratt, his wife Heidi Montag and Audrina Patridge.
"They have good hearts, they're not affected by everything, and they're just good people," Cavallari told PEOPLE earlier this year after Montag and Patridge made a guest appearance on Very Cavallari. "I think that we've all learned a lot from our experiences. We're all moms now, and all of that just plays into becoming an amazing woman. I really stand by that they're both really great people and I'm proud to call them friends."
Before the coronavirus pandemic shut down Hollywood production in March, Cavallari confirmed that she was set to make a guest appearance on season 2 of The Hills reboot. It's unclear whether she has been able to shoot the cameo yet.
A premiere date for season 2 of The Hills: New Beginnings has not yet been announced.
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