updated - October 31, 2020 Saturday EDT
Rachel Bilson was nowhere to be seen following the birth of her now 6-month-old daughter, Briar Rose, with fiance Hayden Christensen.
Finally, after her drama-comedy show, "Hart of Dixie" was officially cancelled, the 33-year-old Californian actress was once again spotted in public.
E! Online reported that, "The actress has rarely been photographed since welcoming daughter Briar Rose Christensen in November 2014, but on Monday, the first-time mom, 33, was seen shopping in Studio City, Calif. Dressed casually in a black tank top and cuffed jeans, the TV star looked effortlessly chic, per usual. Bilson's outing also marked the first time she'd been since in public since The CW canceled Hart of Dixie."
While the reason of the cancellation of Bilson's show was never divulged, rumor has it that it has something to do with the actress' new baby.
According to Bilson's co-star Jamie King ratings has never been the issue instead, "Hart of Dixie's" fate relied heavily on Rachel Bilson's decision to either return or leave the series.
"It's a tricky situation because it really isn't about ratings for us," she admitted to E! News . "It's not like a ratings issue it was more of a timing issue. Rachel Bilson got pregnant and wanted to take maternity leave. Every woman has a right to do that. I think that everything has an imp at on the way things are decided upon. It's very interesting because our fans are so devoted."
However, CW president Mark Pedowitz previously stated their final decision would be based mainly on the show's ratings.
"We're going to see the ratings," he announced. "I think Leila did a great job in the 10 episodes this year of making something fun for the fans. So if it ends, there's a great finale. If it doesn't end, there's a great season finale, but we're not committed one way or the other yet."
Instead of giving a public statement, Rachel Bilson decided to keep her mouth shut about her show's cancellation.
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