Speaking to Vogue about launching her new business, the 31-year-old said: Real estate will always be a part of my life because it’s something I love and it’s something you can do under your own steam.
I’m starting a new business of my own – the details are to be confirmed because I’m working on my branding, visual and verbal identity.
“Inclusivity and diversity are important to me, so I want to work on all of those aspects that come with having a company before I throw something into the world.
Selling Sunset was the reality TV show that got us all through lockdown, and had us visiting the Netflix homepage like clockwork every evening after another day WFH.
We came for the impossibly glam multi-million dollar properties perched on the Hollywood hills; we stayed for the (equally impossibly glam) real estate power women from the Oppenheim Group whose job it is to sell said properties. And the undisputed queen of the group is one Christine Quinn.
People all over the world fell in love with the number one boss bitch who always seemed to be at the centre of the Selling Sunset dramz, so it’s no surprise that when she recently discussed the possibility of getting her own TV show in an interview, the internet went into meltdown.
“Having kids in a year or so would be amazing – imagine little Christines running around? But all in due time. A spin-off solo show would be a great idea. I’m so tired of sharing screen time with those five other bitches – I’m done. Give me my own show already!”
Come on, guys at Netflix – a spin-off show of sassy Christine selling posh houses (‘Christine’s Cribs?’) is just what the world needs right now.