Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn slams 'fake pregnancy' rumours 1 month ago

Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn slams 'fake pregnancy' rumours

"This is seriously so hurtful."

Christine Quinn has addressed the rumours concerning her so-called "fake pregnancy."

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The Selling Sunset star, who welcomed her first child with husband Christian earlier this year, has been accused of faking her pregnancy amidst the release of the latest season of the Netflix show.

The claims, which appeared in a Reddit thread and were later shared on Twitter, accused the realtor and reality star of wearing a false baby bump. They also questioned the timeline of Christine's traumatic birth, for which she underwent an emergency C-section.

"K y'all are beyond f**king sick," she said. "For all y'all still mad on pregnancy gate please go look at my IG stories. And apologise. This is seriously so hurtful."

On Instagram, Christine shared a photo of herself during her pregnancy with her bump on show, as well as an image of her holding her son following her C-section.

She also pointed to a series of tweets from a makeup artist who confirmed that he worked with the star while she was expecting.

"I did Christine's makeup throughout her pregnancy and on the day on which she gave birth. The pregnancy was very real," they said.

Christine welcomed her first child, baby Christian, in May of this year. She later spoke of the birth saying that she and her son were both "lucky to be alive."

"Baby C was seconds away from not making it," she said at the time. "The surgeons didn’t even have time to count their tools before stitching me up as I was flatlining.

"They ran me through the X-ray machine immediately after surgery to ensure there was no remaining tools left in my body. I am so grateful for the doctors and surgeons that saved BOTH of us."

Selling Sunset season four is streaming on Netflix now.