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Selling Sunset: Mary Fitzgerald Breaks Silence On Falling Out With Christine Quinn

Selling Sunset: Mary Fitzgerald Breaks Silence On Falling Out With Christine Quinn

“We aren’t in a good place.”

The newest season of Selling Sunset is just around the corner – but already, drama is spilling out of what we’ll see on screens.

It seems that Christine Quinn has caused havoc yet again, with the ‘villain’ of the Oppenheim Group reportedly feuding with co-star and colleague Mary Fitzgerald – again.

The pair, who have fallen out previously, are “not in a good place,” according to Mary – and a reconciliation is certainly not on the cards.

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“Things have happened that mean we aren’t on good terms,” Mary told the Daily Star. “You can’t be friends with everybody. And although Christine and I have been close in the past, things have changed. It wasn’t healthy.”

While we’re yet to find out what exactly what it is to prompt these frenemies to fall out for good, we’re likely to see the drama unfold in series four – out on Netflix later this month.

Speaking about her friendship split, Mary said she found her relationship with Christine had since “turned toxic”.

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“It got to a point where I couldn’t go through it anymore,” she said. “I couldn’t keep going through the ups and downs and always feeling like I’d been betrayed.

“I am able to stand up for myself now and I chose to get out of a toxic situation. I’ve chosen not to have that friendship in my life."

And it seems whatever happened between the pair really took its toll on Mary, who said she struggled with her mental health in response.

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“I had a lot of ­anxiety about filming this series. I was very nervous about it. And having everyone around the world putting out their thoughts on you is stressful as well,” she said.

“My husband (Romain Bonnet) helped me deal with it in a healthy way, so I now have a therapist that comes over. I want to be on the right path and think in the right way. It is good to have preventative treatment.”

It looks as if the new series isn’t one to be missed. 

Selling Sunset is available to stream on Netflix from 24th November.

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Topics: Netflix, TV And Film, Celebrity, Selling Sunset