Christine Quinn’s moving tribute to ‘inspiring’ grandma after tragic death

Christine Quinn mourns the loss of her grandmother, Georgette Spisak, who passed away at the age of 92. The reality star acknowledged her “inspiration” with a heartfelt Instagram message.

It’s been a rough few days for the Selling Sunset star, who recently announced the death of her grandma Georgette. The popular realtor posted a picture of herself with other family members alongside her grandma in the tribute.

On Thursday, Quinn took to Instagram to share the news of her loved one with a lengthy message. Christine described her as the inspiration for “being the Boss B**** that I am today”.

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Christine Quinn’s moving tribute after Grandma’s death

Her grandmother Georgette died two decades after the death of her husband Louis John Dragony Jr.

On June 11, the reality TV star dedicated a few words to her late grandmother in a heartwarming post to her 3.1 million followers and a picture of four generations of her family.

She amassed over 100,000 likes and wrote: “She was my inspiration for everything and made me the strong, independent woman I am today. She was a fiery woman with an unforgettable personality.”

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“She inspired me to become the Boss B**** that I am today. Always encouraged me to be myself and look fabulous doing it,” she added.

Happy to be at peace but devastated by the tragic loss, she pays tribute to her grandma’s passion for makeup and the infamous red lipstick look Quinn is known for.

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“Here for you” – fans and cast of Selling Sunset offer their condolences

Fans of the 33-year-old Selling Sunset star wanted to leave their messages of support during these trying times.

I love that side of Christine. vulnerability makes us human‘ commented one fan.

A second fan added: “I’m very sorry Carry on their legacy. I’m so sure she was and is insanely proud of the woman you are and will continue to be.”

Thank you Miss Georgette for blessing us with your wild granddaughter πŸ”₯ RIP πŸ‘Ό @thechristinequinn my sincere condolences πŸ’ πŸ™πŸ–€,‘ wrote a third.

Selling Sunset co-stars also showed their support. Chelsea Lazkani wrote: Sending you so much love today and always babygirlπŸ’”.

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“Selling Sunset’s Villain” reveals that she will be in the new season

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Despite her tumultuous exit from the show, the Selling Sunset “villain” is set to return for the upcoming season despite having severed ties with the Oppenheim Group.

Speaking to Digital Spy about her future on the reality TV show, the 33-year-old entrepreneur said she will still perform next season despite launching her own brand, RealOpen.

I left the Oppenheim Group to start my own company called said. Christine reportedly started her own brokerage firm with her businessman and billionaire husband, Christian Richard.

Despite this, she still has a lot to give in Selling Sunset. It seems like she developed a fondness for the series that has seen her fame skyrocket.

She continued: “On Selling Sunset, however, that’s my baby. I would always love to keep doing the seasons and be on the show for as long as possible. I love it and it’s my baby. That doesn’t mean I’m leaving the show. I just had to decide for my business to start my own brokerage and platform.”

Ashley has a degree in Journalism from Kingston University and currently writes for HITC, Reality Titbit and The Focus. She loves to travel and learn new languages ​​and cultures. She is also interested in celebrity news and the entertainment world. When she’s not writing, she’s on social media, watching K-Dramas, or shopping.

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