Christine Quinn May Hint at 'Selling Sunset' Return With Cast Reunion
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The realtor makes use of her Instagram account to share pictures of her reuniting with her former co-stars on the Netflix series when attending a White Fox Boutique event.

AceShowbiz - Christine Quinn is taking a break off her dramatic life. The realtor was seen reuniting with her former "Selling Sunset" co-stars when attending a White Fox Boutique event in West Hollywood, California.

At the Saturday, June 8 event, Christine took to her Instagram account to share some snaps and videos alongside Oppenheim Group co-founder Jason Oppenheim, Mary Fitzgerald, Nicole Young and Davina Potratz. The group posed together on a gold platform at the bash.

For the occasion, Christine opted to wear a dark gray bandeau dress that allowed her to showcase some cleavage. She completed her look with black heels. "Who's ready for hot girl summer? @whitefoxboutique. I am!" she wrote in the caption.

Upon catching wind of the post, some fans expressed hopes that Christine would return to "Selling Sunset". "Can you come back to selling sunset already i can't watch it with you," one said. "Bringing an episode of selling sunset with Christine and Nicole as allies would be lethal and I'm here for every bit of it love y'all," another said.

Some others, meanwhile, gushed over Christine. "HAWT GIRL SUMMER!! We been ready," one said. One other noted, "Real life Barbie ily Christine."

Christine's night out came amid her divorce from estranged husband Christian Richard. She recently accused Christian of violating a restraining order by using an "agent" to "effectively spy" on her. In court documents, Christine claimed her estranged husband sent an unknown man to her property on multiple occasions "to scare, intimidate, harass and disturb" her.

She added that the tech entrepreneur is "forcing" her and their 3-year-old son to stay out of their marital home by instilling "fear of strange men coming and going as they please." She added, "She does not feel safe living there."

In May, Christian was formally charged after the headline-making domestic violence incident in March. According to a new report, Christian was charged with child abuse/endangerment, assault and violation of a protection order.

In response to the LAPD's office's decision, the realtor's attorney, Jacqueline Sparagna, told Page Six that they are "extremely satisfied." The attorney added, "He has now been formally charged with child abuse against his 2-year-old toddler, assault against Christine Quinn, and for violating a restraining order."

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