The second series of Selling Sunset might feel like a world ago, but there's not long to wait until the third season drops on Netflix in August. While you might have been keeping up with all the juicy drama in the mean time, Christine Quinn has spoken out to Cosmopolitan UK to insist she's actually not like her on-screen persona at all.
"People are always surprised to find out how nice I am," she said while playing Speed Dating. "I think they watch the show and they have an idea [of what I'm like], but I'm so much more than that. They're always like, 'Wow, you're so nice in real life!'"
The reality star continued, "People who know me would describe me as compassionate, loving, fiery. But also kind hearted."
Christine also touched on how the show's editing could potentially be to blame for her bad reputation. "I believe I went into Selling Sunset on day one and production had a perception of me. They wanted me to be the villain," she told Cosmopolitan UK. "[There's more to me] than that in real life. I want to be happy with how I'm portrayed - I go in and out of being OK with it. Some days it's harder than others."
Speaking of how her persona likely came about, Christine continued, "I think producers take a look at the cast as a whole, and they're like, 'OK, what can individually each person bring to the table?' And they expand from there. It is what it is."
As for the Selling Sunset estate agents she has the most fun with? "It's definitely Davina, Heather and Maya. They're so much fun. We talk every day. I love those girls so much. They're just funny."
God we're so excited for season three.
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