Elisabeth Hasselbeck is going to need a few minutes, people.
Can you talk amongst yourself for a little while?
The 38-year old announced via statement on Monday that she’s leaving her post as a Fox & Friends panelist in December, saying at the time:
“Oftentimes, the most difficult decisions are between two great things," said the former View co-host.
"Throughout my 14 years working in television, I have never experienced a more positive and thoughtful atmosphere than FOX News Channel."
The conservative television personality, who was also a castaway on Survivor back in the day, reiterated these points on air Tuesday.
"Like I said, I much preferred and am honored to have had the role of bringing you the news rather than being it," she said.
"I have a ton of respect for you all here and you at home [and] I want to share with you what's been on my heart.
"I am... taking a new position as CBO, Chief Breakfast Officer, at our house with the kids and that does mean that in about a month, I will be leaving my Fox News family."
Hasselbeck said that the time between now and her final show will be a "No Cry Zone," but she couldn't stop the tears from flowing upon confirming this very sad news.
In reference to her co-hosts, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade, Hasselbeck shared:
"It's hard because of all of you. You all have made this a really hard decision. I have fallen head over heels with this place."
Hasselbeck is the mother of three kids (Grace, 10, Taylor, 8, Isaiah, 6) and the husband of a former NFL quarterback.
Watch her announce her departure and break down into tears now: