Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn says she is 'definitely open to giving birth on screen' 2 years ago

Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn says she is 'definitely open to giving birth on screen'

If Kourtney Kardashian can do it, Christine Quinn can no doubt do it too.

We are talking about giving birth in front of the reality TV cameras – and the Selling Sunset star, who is expecting her first baby with husband, Christian Richard, recently opened up about filming the next season of the Netflix show when pregnant.

Speaking to Grazie, Quinn says of her pregnancy so far:

"My first trimester I was super energized. Right now I’m at the point where I’m getting tired and I hate that for myself because I love working out, I love exercising, but I find myself sleeping more than I ever have. But I’m listening to my body and what it needs, and right now it needs sleep so I’m just taking advantage of it because I know when the baby comes I’m not going to be getting much sleep."


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On keeping her pregnancy a secret for a long time due to lockdown, Quinn admits she wanted to wait until she was showing properly to make an announcement.

Quinn, who is known for her glam looks, admits she has been finding it a struggle to get maternity clothes she actually likes and has been toying with the idea of starting a maternity clothing line.


"I started buying some maternity clothes but they’re not glam and they’re also not fitted in the hips or waist. I like to show off my body and I just found the maternity clothes weren’t fitting right, so I’m just sticking with regular dresses and going a size up. It’s something I’d love to get involved in because I love clothes and glamming people and myself. I’d never say never."


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The 32-year-old admits filming the hit Netflix show while also working full-time and being pregnant and welcoming a baby will no doubt be full-on, but she is embracing it.

"I’m all for a good challenge and I feel like I of all people will be able to multi-task and deal with it. The only thing I don’t know if what my recovery time will be. It’s all about listening to my body and if I need to take time off filming for two weeks to do that."

As for allowing the cameras into the delivery room with her, Quinn says she hasn't really decided on this one yet, but is definitively open to the idea.

"It’s one of those things I’ve seen on TV and been like, ‘Wow it’s so beautiful and inspiring’ and Khloe Kardashian did it and Sheree from Bling Empire and I thought I could never imagine doing that because I’m so worried about looking vulnerable and having makeup on… but when you become a mom and have this baby growing inside of you, you realise the things that do and don’t matter. So before I was pregnant, I thought ‘I don’t know if I could do that and not be glam’ but now it’s one of those things that I might be open to because if I’m able to inspire people or motivate them or give them a raw, more vulnerable side to me, it’s something I’d definitely be open to doing."