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Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn has revealed she plans to raise her baby gender neutral.
Christine, 32, is currently pregnant with her first child, and has recently opened up about becoming a mum, explaining she and husband Christian Richard are "super excited" to become parents.
Chatting to OK! Christine also spoke openly about the couple's plans to not put too much emphasis on the baby's gender.
When asked if the parents-to-be will maintain a gender neutral approach when raising the baby, Christine said: "Definitely. Obviously, when the little angel comes out we will know what he or she is and we're sticking to a group of names that are pretty universal and really not putting too much emphasis on gender.
"Regardless, if they're a boy or a girl our nursery is still neutral and it will remain that way until we have further discussions when the child is older. I just think people put too much emphasis on male or female, and in the world these days there is so much more to that and more important things."
Christine also revealed she wants the baby to be a "fashionista" and would love to film the birth if she could, potentially for Selling Sunset, which was officially renewed for two more seasons earlier this month.
"Obviously two parents are involved, so I have to see if my husband is on board with it. I would love to share the experience if I could," she said. "If I can have someone watch the show and be inspired to be a mother or realise it's empowering, that's really where I'm coming from."
In an online post at the beginning of March, Netflix confirmed the reality show will be making its return for a fourth and fifth season, with cast members Jason and Brett Oppenheim, as well as Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Mary Fitzgerald, Romain Bonnet, Heather Rae Young, Amanza Smith, Maya Vander, and Davina Potratz all returning.
It's not currently known when the fourth season will begin filming, or if both instalments will be filmed back-to-back, but in January, Mary Fitzgerald said the show could drop in as little as six months - which means we could be binge-watching the show by summer.
We cannot wait!
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