Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn calls out her co-stars for not 'liking' her pregnancy post
SELLING Sunset's Christine Quinn has called out her co-stars after discovering they are yet to 'like' her pregnancy post.
The 32-year-old Netflix star is currently expecting her first child with software engineer husband Christian Richard.
Sharing the news with fans this week, Christine shared a glamorous shot of herself on the front cover of People.
Alongside the photo, she penned: "I’m going to be a mommy!
"My heart is already bursting with love and gratitude for this little life inside me. I’m humbled, awestruck, and inspired. It’s already a feeling like no other that I’ve ever experienced, and all I can think about is how we can be the best parents possible. We can’t wait to start our family!
"I know becoming a mother will change me for the better, and I can’t wait to experience this next chapter together as a family. Read more about this when @people hits newsstands this Friday!"
Since then, Christine has noted that her fellow Selling Sunset stars are yet to 'like' the announcement post.
She shared a video to TikTok as she searched for Chrishell Stause, Heather Rae Young and Mary Fitzgerald in the 'like' section of her snap.
As the snippet played, Chris Brown’s song Loyal could be heard in the background.
Meanwhile, Christine was congratulated by a series of other celebrities on the post – including Khloe Kardashian.
The happy news comes months after Christine tied the knot to her husband Christian.
The TV personality's wedding to the technology giant was an over-the-top affair, where she wore an all-black gown and left the white for the floral decorations.
Christine later revealed she was battling coronavirus during her wedding, though she did not realize her illness until much later.
She explained: "I was really, really sick on my wedding day. I actually had, which I now know, was corona. I got really sick in late December and we were traveling. I was sick for about a month when we were filming [Selling Sunset]."
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