Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has said she is “disappointed” with how her wedding is portrayed on the new series of the reality show.
The Netflix hit returns for its third series on Friday, with Christine’s wedding to Christian Richard taking centre stage in one of the episodes.
However, real estate agent has said she finds it “hard to watch” her opulent nuptials, as she wishes there was less focus on the drama between her colleagues from the Oppenheim Group.
She told US magazine People: “I was a little disappointed. It just didn’t really showcase the way that it was.
“The wedding was the best day of my life and it was hard for me to watch it on the television show because that’s not really the way that I remember it.”
She continued: “I understand they wanted to get certain storylines in there, but this was actually my day. This was my day, and I was just disappointed in the way it was perceived on camera and translated, unfortunately.
“I’m not going to lie, I was crying when I watched it. I was like ‘This is not my wedding, this is not my wedding.’
“I would have loved some vows. I would have loved a line from me: I talked with all the girls afterward, they congratulated me.
“I curated my music very well – I was really happy about that – and I walked down the aisle to Sweet But Psycho by Ava Max, the violin version; I did my bouquet toss to Iggy Azalea’s Lola; and I had Phantom Of The Opera playing when we were announced as husband and wife.
“We had these huge LED screens that were gorgeous, projecting snow and rain and (playing) thunder, and all these fabulous things. It was just a whole theatrical performance.”
She lamented: “It is what it is.”
In a trailer for the third season of Selling Sunset, it was teased that Christine’s rival Chrishell Stause walked out of the event, which took place in December.
The pair’s feud has taken prominence in the first two series, with Chrishell previously declining an invitation to Christine’s engagement party.
The third series of Selling Sunset is streaming on Netflix now.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost UK and has been updated.