Christine Quinn put her long legs on display Thursday as she left a dance class in Los Angeles.The 31-year-old Selling Sunset star was dressed spor
Christine Quinn put her long legs on display Thursday as she left a dance class in Los Angeles.
The 31-year-old Selling Sunset star was dressed sportily in a pair of black and white shorts with multiple animal prints that hugged her waist and highlighted her toned legs.
She’s known for her glamorous looks on her Netflix reality series, and she didn’t disappoint as she added a pair of tall pointy heels to her look.
Legs for days: Christine Quinn, 31, showed off her svelte legs in black and white animal pattern shorts as she left a dance class in Los Angeles on Thursday
Christine contrasted her shorts with a black cropped tank top that showcased her taut midriff.
The reality star stayed on the monochromatic theme with a black baseball cap that she wore over her voluminous platinum blonde tresses.
She accessorized with a black handbag slung over one shoulder and had her phone and a water bottle in her hand.
Later on Thursday, the real estate agent posted a short clip filmed from the other side of the dance studio as she and her instructor shook their backsides to Britney Spears’ toxic.
Back in black: She paired the shorts with a black cropped tank top that showcased her taut midriff and she wore a black baseball cap over her platinum locks
Standing tall: She elevated her stature with a set of pointy beige open-toe heels, and she accessorized with a black handbag slung over one shoulder
Working out: Later on Thursday, the reality star posted a short clip filmed from the other side of the dance studio as she and her instructor shook their backsides to Britney Spears’ toxic
Christine also posted some behind-the-scenes videos of her recent Glamour photo shoot for an interview published on Saturday.
The celebrity real estate agent was attired in a lacy white off-the-shoulder dress with black ribbons tied around her arms.
She revealed that her sometimes-rival on Selling Sunset, Mary Fitzgerald, had FaceTimed her a few days before the interview to bury the hatchet.
‘I was like, is this a butt dial? I couldn’t believe that she was calling me, I actually moved a work meeting because I wanted to talk to her,’ Christine said.
‘So, her and I were sitting on FaceTime for a good hour and a half. And then, you know, we just decided, let’s get together like, let’s do this. It was so nice because it was something that was weighing on me for so long. I don’t know why we let this silly stuff get in the way of the solid friendship that we did have. I’m glad that we came to a really great place.’
Elegant: Christine also posted some behind-the-scenes videos of her recent Glamour photo shoot for an interview published on Saturday
Stunning: The celebrity real estate agent was attired in a lacy white off-the-shoulder dress with black ribbons tied around her arms
Prior to the reunion, she dished about Mary on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast with Amanda Hirsch.
Christine told the host that she’d considered leaving her agency The Oppenheim Group over the founder Jason Oppenheim’s perceived favoritism toward Mary.
‘Mary gets every single listing. Jason just doesn’t want to do work so he just gives it to her. And it’s just so frustrating — he doesn’t give it to anyone else. So we’re all just like sick of it.’
She said the two had a strong friendship, but when pushed by the host she admitted to thinking they might be in love with each other.
She admitted at the time that Mary had texted her, which seems to have bloomed into their FaceTime reconciliation later.
But Mary seemed to throw their renewed friendship into question during her appearance on an episode of Behind The Velvet Rope with David Yontef that was published Wednesday, in which she said she’d grown apart from Christine.
Conflicting stories: Christine told Glamour that she hand her coworker Mary Fitzgerald had buried the hatchet recently via FaceTime, but Mary said they had fallen out of touch in a podcast released this week
When she was asked if they stayed in touch, Mary replied, ‘No, not really. Which it makes it kind of difficult and awkward like when I do interviews, ’cause then I’m like, I don’t listen to anything anybody else does. I barely can keep up with my own stuff. And so I’ve no idea what’s going on.’
‘We’ve grown apart,’ Mary continued. ‘I mean, I love her I’ll I always wish her the best, but we’ve just kind of grown apart and it just feels like right now we’re on kind of different paths.
‘And since we had finished filming, I haven’t really seen her. She hasn’t come into the office that much. And then corona has kind of kept everyone out of the office. I still go in and Jason and I still go in but a lot of people are taking it very seriously, but we just wear masks and gloves and we’re fine.’
Mary and Christine previously clashed over a second bachelorette party that Christine wasn’t invited to before Mary married her husband Romain Bonnet.
Christine is married herself to the retired software engineer Christian Richard.
Fed up: Christine revealed this week that she considered leaving the Oppenheim Group in season three due to rampant favoritism after she felt Mary was given the best properties by her boss Jason Oppenheim; pictured in March 2019