Christine Quinn ‘Disappointed’ by How Her Wedding Is Shown on Selling Sunset

Promoting Sundown star Christine Quinn’s marriage ceremony was probably the most special occasion of her life — however, she’s not a fan of how it’s portrayed on the truth present.

“I used to be just a little dissatisfied. It simply did not actually showcase the best way that it was,” the superstar actual property agent tells PEOPLE entirely of her marriage ceremony. Which might be featured on season three of the hit Netflix collection (accessible to stream Friday, August 7).

Quinn married her husband, Christian Richard, final December in an over-the-top ceremony, and Promoting Sundown digital camera crews have been readily available to seize the massive day. Nevertheless, the star feels the finer particulars of her fête have been edited out to as a substitute embrace extra workplace drama between her colleagues, together with Chrishell Stause and Davina Potratz.

“The marriage was the perfect day of my life, and it was exhausting for me to look at it on the tv present as a result of that is probably not the best way that I keep in mind it,” says Quinn. “I perceive they needed to get certain storylines in there. However, this was really my day. This was my day, and I used to be simply dissatisfied in the best way it was perceived on a digital camera and translated, sadly. I am not going to lie, I used to be crying once I watched it. I used to be like, ‘This isn’t my marriage ceremony, this isn’t my marriage ceremony.'”

The bride says she needs viewers may see extra of the gothic winter Wonderland-themed spectacle she placed on for her company.

Christine Quinn Wedding

“I’d have liked some vows. I’d have liked a line from me: I talked with all the ladies afterwards, they congratulated me,” Quinn says. “I curated my music very effectively — I used to be happy about that, and I walked down the aisle to “Candy however Psycho” by Ava Max. the violin model; I did my bouquet toss to Iggy Azalea’s “Lola,”; and I had Phantom of the Opera enjoying after we have been introduced as husband and spouse.”

She continued, “We had these big LED screens that have been beautiful, projecting snow and rain and [playing] thunder, and all these fabulous issues. It was only a full theatrical efficiency.”

Whereas dissatisfied by her marriage ceremony’s portrayal on the present, Quinn says, “It’s what it’s.”

Season three of Promoting Sundown is obtainable to stream on Netflix Friday.

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