Sad news Neighbours fans - another Ramsay Street resident is preparing to fly to coop.
Fan favourite Bonnie Anderson, who plays Bea Nilsson, has confirmed she'll be leaving the show with her character's final scenes to air mid-2021.
After three years on the soap, Bonnie revealed to the Herald Sun it was time for her to move on.
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"Neighbours really changed my life for the better in so, so many ways," she told the publication.
"I feel like at the age I was, 23, when I joined the show it has really shaped me into the person that I am today.
"I have overcome a lot, I have grown and I am proud of the way I live my life.
"It was really good to have that structure and now after three and a half years on that show I have decided it is time for me to continue challenging myself and create space to focus on my music and songwriting and more acting."
A former child star Bonnie, now 27, won Australia's Got Talent at just 12-years-old, and is keen to now turn her focus back to music, among other ventures.
"I do want to try different things, I don't want to stick with just one thing," she said.
"I am ready to spread my wings. I am ready to fly.
"First up it is going to be nice to get into the studio and write some songs and put them out there."
The actress and singer reminded fans of her talented vocals when she took out The Masked Signer last year as Bushranger.
After beating out The Queen (Kate Miller-Heidke) and Frillneck (Eddie Perfect) in a dazzling grand finale Bonnie spoke to Now To Love about the show reigniting her love for singing.
"It's a good feeling. I can't believe I won this thing," an overjoyed Bonnie exclaimed.
"Neighbours has taken a lot of my time and it has sparked up a lot of fire in me. It's nice to know I can do this."