Christine Quinn says she experienced postpartum depression and PTSD while filming Selling Sunset

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Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn says she experienced postpartum depression and PTSD while filming ‘really difficult’ season of the hit Netflix show










Christine Quinn opened up about experiencing postpartum depression and PTSD while filming the newest season of Selling Sunset.

The reality television personality, 33, spoke about her recent difficulties during an interview with ET Canada that was made available to the public on Friday, where she noted that her problems started after giving birth to her son.

The media figure notably expressed that the issues regarding her pregnancy were exacerbated by the editing of the program’s newest season.

Issues: Christine Quinn opened up about experiencing postpartum depression and PTSD while filming the newest season of Selling Sunset

The media personality went on to express that Selling Sunset’s producers attempted to hide her pregnancy from the public on screen, which prompted an angry response from the show’s fans. 

‘They edited me from…the boobs up so I got a lot of backlash on social media,’ she said. 

‘I was pregnant on top of dealing with postpartum depression… this season was really difficult for me. I did the best that I could with the emotions that I was dealing with at the time and that I’m still dealing with now,’ she said.

Quinn went on to express that her castmates on the program were less than understanding of her issues related to childbirth.  

Unsupportive: Quinn went on to express that her castmates on the program were less than understanding of her issues related to childbirth

Unsupportive: Quinn went on to express that her castmates on the program were less than understanding of her issues related to childbirth

A different approach: The media personality went on to express that Selling Sunset's producers attempted to hide her pregnancy from the public on screen, which prompted an angry response from the show's fans

A different approach: The media personality went on to express that Selling Sunset’s producers attempted to hide her pregnancy from the public on screen, which prompted an angry response from the show’s fans 

‘The problem that I was facing [was] everyone was saying, “Oh, well, you know, she’s so thin. She’s so this. She’s so that.” But inside you know, I was dealing with PTSD,’ she said.

The reality television personality made a point of noting that she was ‘absolutely’ open with her colleagues and the show’s producers regarding her issues.

However, she claimed that her coworkers were openly hostile to her during the time period, which she felt was especially hurtful. 

Harsh feelings: She recalled that her coworkers were openly hostile to her during the time period, which she felt was especially hurtful

Harsh feelings: She recalled that her coworkers were openly hostile to her during the time period, which she felt was especially hurtful

‘They make fun of the fact of me being late in the show. “Oh, Christine’s late. Oh, Christine’s late.” And it’s because I was literally having panic attacks and I was worried about my pregnancy,’ she stated.

She added: ‘It was a lion’s den and these girls were pitted against me. And it was really, really difficult.’  

Quinn stressed that her pregnancy was marked by rude commentary from her colleagues, who did not take her feelings into consideration. 

‘It was extremely hurtful considering the process that I went through,’ she stated. 

On screen: Quinn stressed that her pregnancy was marked by rude commentary from her colleagues, who did not take her feelings into consideration; she is seen earlier this week

On screen: Quinn stressed that her pregnancy was marked by rude commentary from her colleagues, who did not take her feelings into consideration; she is seen earlier this week

Quinn concluded by expressing that her pregnancy was especially difficult to navigate while working on Selling Sunset.

She stated: ‘My process was not easy by any means and on TV, they make it look easy. But I was I was struggling in real life. I really was.’

The most recent season of the hit Netflix program was made available to the public on November 24th. 

Not easy: Quinn concluded by expressing that her pregnancy was especially difficult to navigate while working on Selling Sunset

Not easy: Quinn concluded by expressing that her pregnancy was especially difficult to navigate while working on Selling Sunset

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