inky Felstead doesn't think it's "appropriate" to be filming full-time with a child.
The "Made in Chelsea" star walked away from the reality TV show - the programme that made her famous in 2011 - last month as her due date is creeping closer and, although she hasn't ruled out a return in the future, she doesn't want to go back in front of the cameras permanently because she doesn't want to force her baby into the limelight.
Speaking to the Mail Online, she said: "The baby shower was the best party! But it's not appropriate for me to be filming with younguns. Not full time anyway ...
"I'm not going to be doing dramatic things just to stay in the limelight. That's not for me. Also, I'm tired. I'm taking my foot off the pedal."
Although she's walked away from the E4 series, it won't be the last fans see of Binky as she and her beau Josh "JP" Patterson have agreed to do a spin-off that will give fans an insight into the last stages of her pregnancy.
However, although she's allowing the cameras to capture her transition into motherhood, she's adamant she doesn't want to "overexpose" her daughter.
Binky said recently: "There won't be cameras in the delivery suite. We don't want to overexpose the baby."
A source added: "Binky's pregnancy came like a bolt from the blue for "Made in Chelsea" fans and they've been desperate for more info ever since.
"A whole show dedicated to her and JP's journey is bound to be a hit. She's had to take a backseat to the rows and romances during the latest series of "Made in Chelsea", but the spin-off will see cameras right by her side, capturing all the magical moments and hardships of this new stage in her life."