Selling Sunset: When was Christine Quinn’s wedding? Inside star’s Winter Wonderland dream

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Selling Sunset is airing on Netflix and season three will be landing on the streaming platform in August 2020. The series follows real estate agents in LA, and it looks at both their professional and personal lives. Fans are keen to find out more about Christine Quinn’s wedding, where she married husband Christian Richard.

When was Christine Quinn’s wedding?

Throughout season two of Selling Sunset, the highlight of the series was Mary Fitzgerald and Romain Bonnet’s wedding.

However, fans were surprised to hear co-star Christine Quinn also got married on December 15, 2019.

Quinn and her millionaire husband Christian Richard tied the knot at a ‘secret’ gothic Winter Wonderland ceremony.

The real estate agent invited 75 friends and family to the ceremony, which was held at an LA cathedral.

Quinn told People Magazine she wanted to get married in December to “start off the New Year as husband and wife”.


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She described the theme as “Winter Wonderland with a wicked twist” and the eccentric star pulled out all the stops.

The bride wore a black wedding dress with a black veil, and she sported a separate black couture gown for the reception.

The couple arrived at the cathedral in a Victorian carriage drawn by a black stallion to fit the theme.

Her chosen song to walk down the aisle to was a rendition of Ava Max’s ‘Sweet but Psycho’, performed by a string quartet.

Speaking of scrapping the traditional white wedding dress, she said: “I never conformed to the status quo or societal expectations.

“I’ve always enjoyed being bold, different and trendsetting. I’ve always wanted to get married in a black wedding dress, and I’m so happy that my dream came true.”

The couple entered the reception venue amid faux thunder and lightning, and of course, the couple sat on gold thrones for the four-course meal.

The 55-inch tall wedding cake was made to give the illusion of blood dripping when it was cut.

Fans were in awe as they saw exclusive photos of this gothic fantasy, and they praised Quinn for her off the wall choices.

Quinn met her husband through a mutual friend before he proposed on Valentine’s Day in 2019.

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Speaking exclusively to Quinn confirmed she is living with her husband Christian, and she spoke about some of her close family.

She said: “My parents were high school sweethearts, and have been married for over 30 years.

“My sister is five years older than me and is a single mom to a beautiful four-year-old named Layla. You will see her as the flower girl at my wedding.

“They are still in Texas, and I talk to them every day. We are all very close.”

Speaking about her favourite moment from the series she said it was definitely her engagement party.


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Of course, her Selling Sunset co-stars made an appearance at the wedding, and they shared photos on their Instagram accounts.

Season three, which airs in August, is likely to give more detail about the big day and fans are excited to find out more.

Quinn has not posted anything about the wedding on her own Instagram account, with all the gossip being saved for later.

Fans have been talking about her wedding on Twitter, with one fan saying: “I just looked at the photos, holy **** what a beautiful wedding. Pure perfection, I hope it was filmed for a certain show.”

Another fan said: “Congratulations, this is one amazing wedding. I love the red and black. Two of my favourite colours. I’m so happy for you.”

Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix now

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