"I am definitely not leaving Sister Wives," Christine confirmed via TikTok on Wednesday, December 28. "I'm still doing Sister Wives. No worries, everybody."
She also shared a sneak peek of her brand new confessional set in the basement of her house in Utah, happily declaring: "This is, in fact, the set in my home! I'm so excited. You're gonna love it."
The basement, which is currently unfinished, featured a chair for Christine, a small desk for the producer and a closet for the cameraman to stand in and film the confessional segments. Behind the TLC star's chair is a beautiful, white shelf filled with books, candles and knick-knacks.
Fans quickly flooded the comments section to voice their relief that the mother-of-six won't be leaving the hit reality series.
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"Looking forward to seeing your new life," one fan wrote, while another added, "I'm happy your [sic] not leaving, your [sic] my favorite!!!! You're the best!!! 🥰
Meanwhile, others shared their hopes that one day the network might give the mother-of-six a spinoff of her own.
"Forget Sister Wives, I want a Christine and Janelle spin-off. Kody and Robyn can get real jobs and then we will know what the Nanny does lmfao," one user wrote — referencing a famous line from the show — with a second follower jokingly suggesting the spinoff be called "Sisters After The Mr."
This week, Christine not only documented her new basement set-up, but as OK! previously reported, she also shared a sweet, behind-the-scenes snippet of her final day of filming in Arizona.
"It is a little bittersweet," the 50-year-old said in the Tuesday, December 27, TikTok as she toured her old confessional set. "This is the entire set and this has been where I have sat for years talking about my feelings. And this is the last time. This is it. Bye Flagstaff."