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Rachel Zoe 'Tired' Of Fame

April 7 -- Rachel Zoe is reportedly "tired" of being famous and is determined to reduce her work schedule as she wants to spend more time with her young children.

Rachel Zoe is "tired of being a famous face".

The 42-year-old stylist was reportedly "glad" her reality TV show 'The Rachel Zoe Project' was axed last year because she wants to focus on being a mother to her sons four-month-old Kaius and two-year-old Skyler.

A source told RadarOnline.com: "The transformation has been a slow but profound one and it is definitely sticking.

"Rachel is an awesome mother and has really grown into it with grace and flair, but something had to give, which is why she axed her reality show."

The blonde beauty, who is known for dressing celebrities such as Nicole Richie, has decided to turn her back on reality TV shows and is cutting down on her fashion work.

The source explained: "Rachel's tired of being a famous face and is doubling down on her fashion expertise and her so-so selling line.

"She's turning down offers from networks for new shows. With the new baby, she says she'd have had a meltdown if she was still doing 'The Rachel Zoe Project'."

However, Rachel won't be giving up work completely as she'll still continue to grace the streets with her unique style.

The source added: "Rachel isn't giving up on continuing to be the premiere trendsetter in town and has had huge triumphs with Jennifer Lawrence, but right now Rachel's completely in love with her kids and says it tears her up if she's not in the same room as them."

 
 
 

 
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