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The popular Geordie Shore star is QUITTING the show after appearing on the reality series for the past decade


The popular Geordie Shore star has left the reality series ten years after she first joined.

Retired professional boxer and MMA fighter Aaron Chalmers has said goodbye to the controversial show after ten seasons.

The star is a loving father to three sons: three-year-old Romeo, two-year-old Maddox and son Oakley (21 months).

Born with Apert Syndrome, Oakley was revealed to be ‘in and out of surgery for 18-24 months’ and Aaron wants to be around.

The NHS describes Apert syndrome as “a type of complex craniosynostosis that affects the skull, arms and legs with bones that fuse together before birth.

The popular Geordie Shore star has left the reality series – ten years after they were first involved

Retired professional boxer and MMA fighter Aaron Chalmers (36) said goodbye to the controversial show after ten series

The star is a loving father to three sons: three-year-old Romeo, two-year-old Maddox (both pictured in May) and son Oakley, 21 months.

The star is a loving father to three sons: Romeo, three, Maddox, two (both pictured in May) and baby son Oakley, 21 months.

The facial bones are also affected because the cheekbones and upper jaw do not grow in proportion to the rest of the skull.

«The bones around the eyes are wider and shallower than usual, causing the eyes to bulge.»

Aaron, who embarrassed himself in 2023 when he decided to continue fighting Floyd Mayweather instead of attending one of Oakley’s surgeries, has put his family first this time around.

A source told The Sun: “Aaron’s son Oakley has a rare condition and will soon have surgery which conflicts with filming and Aaron wants to be there for his boy.

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“He puts family first and doesn’t want any distractions or being away on set. He’s not closing the door on returning to Geordie Shore in the future, but right now his son’s health and recovery is the most important thing.

“In the past, he’s been targeted by trolls for being an absentee father and that really hurt him. He felt it was unfair, but he knows the truth and right now it’s important to be there for Oakley.»

Aaron shares all his children with his ex-partner Talia Oatway, who he split from in 2022 after five years together, but the two are no longer on speaking terms.

The split was not their first: the couple separated very shortly after the birth of their first child, Romeo, in 2020.

Oakley (pictured) was born with Apert syndrome and it was revealed he will be

Oakley (pictured) was born with Apert syndrome and it was revealed he will be «in and out of surgery for 18-24 months»

Aaron, who was embarrassed in 2023 when he decided to continue fighting Floyd Mayweather instead of attending one of Oakley's surgeries, put his family first.

Aaron, who was embarrassed in 2023 when he decided to continue fighting Floyd Mayweather instead of attending one of Oakley’s surgeries, put his family first.

Aaron shares all his children with his ex-partner Talia Oatway, who he divorced in 2022 after five years together, but the two are no longer on speaking terms.

Aaron shares all his children with his ex-partner Talia Oatway, who he divorced in 2022 after five years together, but the two are no longer on speaking terms.

Last week, Talia shared pictures of their son’s face for the first time, revealing that he has the rare genetic condition Apert Syndrome.

In his video, which he quickly deleted, Aaron reportedly said: ‘People can see through your bullsh*t’.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Aaron Chalmers for comment.

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