PICTURED: Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn's wedding photos

PICTURED: Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn, 31, wears a black wedding gown as she marries millionaire businessman Christian Richard, 41

Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn wed 41-year-old millionaire businessman Christian Richard, who is a retired software engineer, in Los Angeles in December 2019. 

And on Friday the blonde beauty’s wedding photos were shared with DailyMail.com ahead of the debut of season three of her popular reality TV show.

The 31-year-old bride looked lovely even though she was sick with coronavirus at the time. Her off-the-shoulder black gown was a princess style and full of lace and sheer panels as her groom was dapper in a black tuxedo.

Wedded bliss: Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn wed millionaire businessman Christian Richard in December 2019. And on Friday the blonde beauty’s wedding photos were shared with DailyMail.com ahead of the debut of season three of her popular reality TV show

Gorgeous gal: The 31-year-old bride looked lovely even though she was sick with coronavirus at the time. Her off-the-shoulder black gown was a princess style and full of lace and sheer panels as her groom was dapper in a black tuxedo

The opulent wedding gown had a very long train and a sheer black veil that commanded attention and stood out in stark contrast against the all-white room.

The star also took to Instagram to share a beautifully filmed clip from her wedding day where she sat on the stairs of the cathedral with her husband. 

Christine’s wedding ceremony was a Gothic winter wonderland in all white with a reception that had a red theme. 

They tied the knot at a downtown Los Angeles cathedral in front of 75 friends and family, and even had black swans in attendance. 

White time: The opulent wedding gown had a very long train and a sheer black veil that commanded attention and stood out in stark contrast against the all-white room

See it soon: Christine’s Gothic, winter wonderland wedding to Christian is set to be shown on the Netflix show, which is available to stream on Friday

Outrageous: They tied the knot at a downtown Los Angeles cathedral in front of 75 friends and family, and even had black swans in attendance

The winter wonderland wedding was put together in just two months by Beverly Hills event planner Lisa Lafferty with ‘love’ as the budget and included black stallions, a bleeding cake topped with gargoyles, and real snow in Los Angeles.

Christine told People magazine: ‘We wanted to get married in December to start off the New Year [as husband and wife]. And a winter wonderland theme with a wicked twist is memorable forever.

‘I never conformed to the status quo or societal expectations. I’ve always enjoyed being bold, different and trendsetting. 

 Hand in hand: The winter wonderland wedding was put together in just two months by Beverly Hills event planner Lisa Lafferty with ‘love’ as the budget and included black stallions, swans, a bleeding cake, and real snow in LA

‘I’ve always wanted to get married in a black wedding dress, and I’m so happy that my dream came true.’ 

But the real estate agent, who recently worked with Farrah Abraham of Teen Mom fame, did not feel her best. 

Talking to Goss Chats, she said: ‘I was really, really sick on my wedding day. I actually had, which I now know, was corona.

‘I got really sick in late December and we were travelling. I was sick for about a month when we were filming.

He changed his jacket: The groom was also seen in this silver smoking jacket

‘I couldn’t even have a bachelorette party, I was so bummed about that. That time was such a high but a low at the same time.’ 

On Friday Christine also told People she did not like how her wedding was shown on Selling Sunset.

The TV standout said she was disappointed and ‘just didn’t really showcase the way that it was.’ 

After they said I do: The reception had a red tinted glow with red roses and a Gothic feel

‘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 said.

Her co-stars Chrishell Stause and Davina Potratz were there and the show focused on the drama.

‘I understand they wanted to get certain storylines in there, but this was actually my day,’ she said. ‘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.”‘ 

She arrived at the cathedral in a Victorian carriage pulled by black stallions, and she walked down the aisle to Sweet but Psycho by Ava Max, according to People.  

Quinn has a reputation for being the bad seed on her show. 

The property expert appeared on This Morning earlier this year and was asked about her ‘villain’ status on Selling Sunset.

She said: ‘I don’t think villain is a bad word, I’ve learned to embrace it. It’s fun to portray and have a fun character but I have different sides to me.’

Drama: Christine (pictured with her The Oppenheim Group colleagues) has earned herself the title of villain on Selling Sunset namely due to her feud with Chrishell Stause (centre) 

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