Christine Quinn sizzles in a gold bikini while filming Selling Sunset

Christine Quinn is a feast for the eyes as she models a gold bikini with a cocktail in hand while filming Selling Sunset poolside at the Montrose Hotel

Christine Quinn put on an sizzling display as she lounged poolside on Tuesday afternoon. 

The 31-year-old Selling Sunset beauty was seen modeling a gold bikini with a delicious cocktail in hand as she filmed her hit Netflix show at the Montrose Hotel. 

On September 21, it was reported that production on the show had shut down after a cast member had tested positive for COVID-19, but it appeared that things were back up and running following a 15-day hiatus. 

Sweet treat: The 31-year-old Selling Sunset beauty indulged eyes as she modeled a gold bikini with a milkshake in hand as she filmed her hit Netflix show following a 15 day hiatus after a COVID-19 case

The blonde bombshell propped her incredible frame on a lounge chair at the hotel’s rooftop while filming scenes with cast member, Vanessa Villela. 

Always dressed to the nines, Christine was seen in an eye-catching gold bikini top with a slinky mesh cover up and a pair of coordinating stilettos. 

Her platinum locks were down in mermaid waves and she rocked oversized sunglasses while sipping on a refreshing beverage.  

At one point the mother of one was seen taking a moment to recline back before chatting with her latest season co-star.  

Camera ready: Always dressed to the nines, she was seen in an eye-catching gold bikini top with a slinky mesh cover up and a pair of coordinating stilettos 

Taking a breather: While at the Montrose Hotel’s rooftop she was seen taking a moment to relax

Though her newly appointed castmate, Villela — a former award winning Mexican-American actress — was not pictured, recently Quinn gushed about she and the other ‘amazing’ new girls on the hit Netflix show. 

‘We have a lot of new girls, more than you know,’ she told E! News. ‘There’s been three that have been added. They try to throw new people in to change up the dynamics.’ 

Asked if the notoriously blunt breakout star would butt heads with any of them she replied: ‘I mean, it’s hard because all these new girls are so great..I don’t know, we all get along really well.’  

Legs for days: The blonde bombshell’s enviable legs were accentuated by sky high stilettos 

Back and running: Following a 15 day shutdown on the hit Netflix show after a positive Coronavirus case, Quinn was pictured filming alongside new cast member Vanessa Villela

Other new cast members that were first announced in the spring include Emma Hernan, and both are set to appear on seasons four and five of the show.

And Quinn recently told of the upcoming seasons: ‘The dynamic has changed because it’s not so small and not as tight knit and there are a lot of different characters.’

Despite being in the throws of production on both seasons, recently they incurred a shut down after a cast member tested positive for COVID-19. 

The entire cast and crew will be tested twice this week before resuming production,’ an insider told Us Weekly on September 21, adding that production was slated to be ‘shut down’ for a little over two weeks. 

Freshening things up: Villela is an award winning Mexican-American actress whose casting was announced in May 2021; pictured May 26

Latest co-star: Also reported as part of the cast for seasons four and five is Emma Hernan, an angel investor and CEO of of food company Emma-Leigh & Co; pictured September 31

Though it was never reported which member of the cast had come down with the Coronavirus, the same day the news was reported Heather Rae Young’s fiance Tarek El Moussa had also tested positive.  

However the publication reported that all of her tests ‘came back negative.’ Despite the hiccup it appeared the cast was back in the swing of production on October 5.  

The full cast for the upcoming two seasons include: Quinn, Young, Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Davina Potratz, Amanza Smith, Maya Vander and Oppenheim Group owners Brett and Jason Oppenheim.   

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