Selling Sunset’s Mary Fitzgerald reveals she didn’t speak to Christine Quinn for six months after falling out

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Mary Fitzgerald has revealed she didn't speak to Christine Quinn for six months following their falling out.

The 39 year old came to blows with her former best friend Christine, 31, during the third season of hit Netflix show Selling Sunset.

Real estate agents Mary and Christine drifted after Christine failed to tell her she had gotten engaged to now-husband Christian Richard.

Speaking exclusively on OK! online's Instagram live, Mary has now explained that her and her co-worker hadn't spoken since quarantine began in March, but they have recently spoken about their issues.

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When asked how their friendship is now, Mary said: "We are better than we were. We didn't talk for about six months probably.

"We stopped filming in March, right before quarantine. We didn't talk through quarantine. Quarantine was kind of an instigator of that because not a lot of the people are in the office.

"I am and Jason [Oppenheim] is and Heather [Rae Young] and Chrishell [Stause]. Amanza [Smith] does sometimes, but we just didn't talk.


"We haven't been getting along. I hope that things are going to start getting better. We did have a conversation about some of the stuff that's been said that's been hurtful and that I don't agree with, and we're back on a better page now.

"Just certain things that have upset us will stop and we'll hopefully, hopefully, fingers crossed, you guys will get to see us getting along more on season four."

Mary also opened up on her husband Romain Bonnet's relationship with Mary's co-worker Davina Potratz, who he didn't want invited to his wedding to Mary.

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She said: "Romain and Davina have not resolved their problems, no. They're civil but when Romain closes a door on somebody, it's closed. You're not getting back in.

"He'll be cordial and professional in situations, he just doesn't want to be friends with her, he doesn't want that in his life and that's his right to feel that way.

"Davina wants to make amends but Romain is a stubborn man and he has every right to be. Davina really hurt him and she said somethings that he won't forgive so it is what it is."

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She continued to clear up reports that her and Romain had been married for almost two years before their on-screen wedding, claiming they are simply untrue.

Mary said: "No, we were not married two years before the show. We did sign the certificate but we didn't have a wedding, we didn't tell anybody. We were not married two years before, it was just a couple of months [before the show aired]."

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