Who knew personal relationship drama with a side of drool-worthy real estate is totally bingeworthy. Well, Netflix sure did and Selling Sunset fans everywhere now know. There's enough relationship drama to fill every one of those multimillion-dollar mansions sold by The Oppenheim Group agents, and truly that's what keeps fans coming back for more. More seasons and more friendship and feud updates. Christine Quinn and Mary Fitzgerald have added plenty of theatrics to the show, and I for one am so thankful for every minute of it.
A lot has gone down between the former BFFs in the last few years, so here's a handy recap to understand exactly what happened between Christine and Mary and where they stand now.
Summer 2018: Christine and Mary started Selling Sunset as BFFs.
The former roomies were downright inseparable. Their wine nights and girl chats re-hashing the drama around them made for good quality TV.
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It seemed like nothing could shake their strong bond, but new agents in the office soon stirred up drama.
Fall 2018: Mary comforts Chrishell during a season 1 blowout.
Chrishell and Christine's smoldering feud boiled over at a pool party to end Selling Sunset's first season with a real bang. Christine yelled and accused Chrishell of being "fake" repeatedly. Davina actually escalated when she confronted Chrishell about previous conversations with and about Mary's relationship and said she's "going down the path of two-faced." It snowballed poolside until Christine raised her voice and Chrishell was in tears. "I'm not a kiss-ass, I'm not fake, I'm not a pushover. I'm just not," Christine exclaimed as she made her exit.
Mary ended up coming to comfort Chrishell, which didn't sit well with Christine. "I'm good friends with her, but I don't stand for that sh**t," Mary told Chrishell on camera. This act of kindness revealed a rift that only grew bigger as the months and seasons passed.
Feb. 2019: Christine gets engaged.
Fast-forward to a major milestone moment for Christine. She was jet-setting around the world with her now-husband, tech entrepreneur Christian Richard, when he proposed on Valentine's Day. However, Christine didn't share the news directly with Mary. The only agent who got the phone call? Davina Potratz.
As season two goes on, Davina and Christine's friendship grows as Mary's fades away.
Sept. 2019: Mary hosts a secret bachelorette party.
Amanza Smith hosted a bachelorette party for Mary and all The Oppenheim Group ladies and gents helped her celebrate in style, or so they thought.
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Rumors soon ran wild about a separate, more exclusive bachelorette party that Davina and Christine were not invited to. Mary explained it away as a big misunderstanding, but that didn't help Christine's hurt feelings.
Sept. 2019: Christine shares an olive branch before Mary's wedding.
Her timing may have been questionable—stopping by Mary's wedding dress fitting unannounced—but her apology seemed sincere. The two appeared to patch things up and Christine attended Mary's wedding along with almost all the cast.
Dec. 2019: Mary and the rest of the cast attend Christine's wedding.
Just a few months later, Christine pulled out all the stops for her big day and made space for the whole team including Mary. "It was beautiful," Mary told Women's Health. "It was stunning and it definitely fit her character and her personality very well. It was, I'm sure, her dream wedding and it was stunning."
So, what's Mary and Christine's relationship like now?
If you've been hoping for a reconciliation, you're going to be disappointed. The two aren't in touch lately and their relationship is "nonexistent" if you ask Mary. "I haven't spoken to her in quite a while," she told Women's Health. "I just try to keep my distance."
Mary goes on: "We don't really talk. I've been busy with work and so I don't really see a lot of things going on. She hasn't been in the office, and I don't really reach out or pay much attention to some of the things she's saying and doing so... I try not to anyway."
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