Just imagine her tagline.
“Selling Sunset” star Christine Quinn would love to join the cast of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
“This quarantine, I’m telling you really turned a ho into a housewife because I find myself going on Williams Sonoma. I got a bread maker, I got a pasta maker,” she told Page Six. “I’m really relating more and more to these ladies every day and I’m loving it.”
The real estate agent-turned-Netflix star — who first expressed her interest in “RHOBH” on the podcast “Reality Life with Kate Casey” and said she’s watched various franchises for years — feels like she’d get along best with Erika Girardi and Dorit Kemsley and “have the most conflict with” Sutton Stracke and Teddi Mellencamp.
“Sutton does subtle things sometimes where, you know, she loves her interview bites,” Quinn, 31, told us. “She loves to talk s–t in interviews but then when it comes to the other girls, she’s a little scared to speak her mind. But I do love her interview bites so much.”
As for Mellencamp, Quinn said that she doesn’t have a problem with her — she just wishes that the All In coach would “be a little stronger.” But perhaps Mellencamp — who welcomed daughter Dove in February.— could give Quinn some mom advice, as she now has baby fever after virtually meeting co-star Maya Vander’s newborn Elle.
“I am definitely wanting to start a family in the next year or two,” she said. “I would love to have two children. That’s kind of my goal. I have one other sibling, and I think it’s just such a blessing. And if it were up to my husband, he would, like, have a Kardashian family. He’s like, ‘Five kids!’ And I’m like, ‘OK, all right, just me doing all the work? I don’t think so!’”
Quinn — already a vet in the fashion game from meticulously planning her “Selling Sunset” wardrobe — is taking notes on the “RHOBH” style, too.
“Erika Jayne started slaying from the beginning, right?” she said. “And then I feel like Dorit kind of started coming for her throne so Erika started playing her fashion a little more streetwear, which I love because she’s, like, going to show — she’s like, ‘Listen. I can be fabulous. I can also be Mrs. Girardi.’ And I love that about her … Dorit has really, really, really been doing a great job this season.”
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