Selling Sunset's Mary Fitzgerald Opens Up About Christine Quinn Pregnancy Rumors

Mary Fitzgerald has been on a tear opening up about her fellow "Selling Sunset" cast members. First, she declared to Us Weekly that her ex-boyfriend Jason Oppenheim was still in love with Chrishell Stause after their recent split. Now, she is sharing her opinion on her former friend Christine Quinn's pregnancy, which some fans theorized was fake.

Speculation that Quinn may have used a surrogate started when she bounced back from her pregnancy seemingly within hours of delivering her son. As BuzzFeed News notes, the star went to great lengths to share her healthy pregnancy journey on season 4 of "Selling Sunset." The new mom claimed she worked out until she delivered. And a central storyline on the Netflix show centered around how her co-stars literally couldn't get over how she looked within days of welcoming her baby.

Quinn has denied that her pregnancy was fake, calling such rumors "sick" (via Today). "This is seriously so hurtful," she also tweeted back in November of last year.

Mary Fitzgerald is adding her two cents on Christine Quinn's pregnancy

In a February 2022 interview with Us Weekly, Fitzgerald admitted that she only saw Quinn once during her pregnancy, elaborating, "She came in[to] the office and that was the only time I ever, ever saw her pregnant. But, I mean, she was [pregnant]." The reality star also confessed, "I can see why people would say [she wasn't] because she was so tiny just with this perfect little bump. And then she was right back to her normal size within, like, a day."

"As far as I know, she really did [deliver her baby]," Fitzgerald ultimately said. "She really was pregnant, but we don't talk and I don't really see her. So I couldn't say one way or the other."

Oddly in September of last year, Quinn told Hello! about the status of her strained relationship with Fitzgerald, "I think for headline purposes things get amped up a little bit, but at the end of the day we're a family. There's no negative animosity towards each other, it's just on the show we like to get into it and have fun, but at the end of the day we're still all really close."