Christine Quinn (33) leaves her (designer) work bag – although they are often barely big enough for a telephone (the reality star once had a miniature chair as a ‘bag’ – in the cupboard for the time being. The überbitch from ‘Selling Sunset’ returns not back for season six.
Christine previously hinted at her departure after leaving the Oppenheim Group to start her own company, RealOpen, with husband Christian Richard. “Hulu, call me,” she joked to The New York Times in July about her plans to move forward if the Oppenheim Group remains at the center of the series.
While it may provide some peace of mind for the remaining ladies – after a tumultuous first season, Christine struggled to keep up with some of her peers – it sure is a shame for the viewer. The blonde has caused a lot of drama in recent seasons (read: bribes, extravagant flower arrangements, a black wedding dress – and we could go on and on).
Although her exit does not come completely out of the blue. The Netflix star also recently shone from absence during a special reunion episode of Selling Sunset . Christine would have had corona, but that was not the case with her ex-bestie and colleague Mary Fitzgerald. When TMZ asked her in April if she believed Christine’s excuse, she gave a telling answer. “No, because we were all tested on Tuesday and Friday.”
We also do not see Maya Vander in the already announced sixth and seventh season of the popular reality show. “I have decided not to perform my contract,” the broker recently confirmed to Page Six . “I want to focus on my family and flying from coast to coast is a lot. The show is great and I love everyone, but I’m looking forward to growing my business in South Florida.”