A reptile expert tells us on Thursday that Sterrin Smalbrugge is exhausted, and therefore won’t be on theatrical tour this fall. Instagram. She writes that it’s a tough choice, but her health comes first.
In the past six months, Smallbruge has been very ill three times, she writes on Instagram. “I’ve outdone myself in recent years and taken a lot of strides in my crosshairs.” She says her body was giving signals that things were not going well. “But I ignored them because I love my job. I learned my lesson and from now on I will listen to my body better.”
Smallbrough explains that she really loves the stage industry, but that it takes a lot from her because of her introverted personality. “It’s hard for me to rehearse and perform and travel across the country. I’m so sorry for the kids and everyone who was looking forward to it, but I hope you understand.”
The 28-year-old ecologist says she is looking for a workaround where she can still meet her fans.
Smalbrugge is famous for its software Crazy reptiles And the Great Reptile Show. She was also a participant in Expedition Robinson.
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