Tom Selleck’s long and illustrious career may finally be beginning to wind down, with the superstar set to leave Hollywood behind for a quieter life on his avocado farm.

That’s according to RadarOnline, who say that the impending series finale of the vastly popular Blue Bloods might spell the end of Selleck’s time in front of the camera.

Insiders are said to have told the National Enquirer that Selleck, 79, wants to retreat to the comforts of his property outside of Los Angeles upon the culmination of Blue Bloods since he wants to spend more time with his family.

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The source apparently said: “At his age, Tom wants more time to enjoy all the outdoorsy things he likes to do on the ranch.

“And he wants to spend more time with family.”

They added: “Tom has more than enough money, and he’s not attached to fame and the trappings that go along with it.”

Of course, the Magnum P.I. legend has something of a history where it concerns dipping in and out of the spotlight.

Fans of the TV legend will remember how he took a step back from Tinseltown in 1988 – while arguably at the height of his Magnum fame – instead opting to focus on his personal life.

“I was tired and I wanted a three-dimensional life because I didn’t have one,” he said. “I worked 90 hours a week and did a movie every break.”

Ultimately, Selleck returned to feature in some huge TV shows and movies, but he’s always remained something of a home bird at heart.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JULY 27: Tom Selleck seen out and about in Manhattan on July 27, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Robert Kamau/GC Images)

“He’s not into big parties,” the insider added. “He’s a low-key kind of guy.”

Indeed, Selleck is said to be at his happiest when he is at his aforementioned avocado farm. As per RadarOnline, he purchased the property – which used to be a hunting lodge – from Dean Martin in 1988.

“This ranch is a great counterpoint to the acting business, which is an abstraction — you do something, it’s up on a piece of film, and everybody argues whether it’s good or bad,” Selleck has previously said.\

“You dig a hole and plant an oak tree — and I’ve probably planted a thousand of them — it’s real.”

Well, one thing’s for sure… I’m certainly going to miss Tom Selleck if and when he eventually calls time on his fantastic career.

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