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Christine Quinn admitted she was ‘lucky to be alive’ as she recalled ‘flatlining’ during traumatic birth to her son Christian in May.

The Selling Sunset star shared a lengthy Instagram post to celebrate her son’s two-month birthday where she discussed his ‘dramatic entry’ into the world via emergency C-section.

Quinn noted that ‘reliving the trauma’ on the Netflix show has been agonizing as she detailed how her son was ‘seconds away from not making it’ and how doctors had to run her through an X-ray machine to see if they left any tools in her body because she was ‘flatlining’ during surgery. 

Mama: Christine Quinn admitted she was 'lucky to be alive' as she recalled 'flatlining' during traumatic birth to her son Christian in May

Mama: Christine Quinn admitted she was 'lucky to be alive' as she recalled 'flatlining' during traumatic birth to her son Christian in May

Mama: Christine Quinn admitted she was ‘lucky to be alive’ as she recalled ‘flatlining’ during traumatic birth to her son Christian in May

‘Happy 2 month birthday to my sweet little baby! Two months ago today, you made an extremely dramatic entrance, just like your mommy. (Except you were very early, and I am always late),’ she wrote.

‘Reliving the trauma on Selling Sunset about my birth experience, was one of the most difficult things I have ever done; let alone allowing these very raw, personal moments of my life captured on camera.

‘I am not often publicly vulnerable, as I feel the responsibility to put on a brave face, despite still feeling at the time hopeless, terrified, and to this day traumatized. Both myself, and baby Christian are lucky to be alive.

Honest approach: The Selling Sunset star shared a lengthy Instagram post to celebrate her son's two-month birthday where she discussed his 'dramatic entry' into the world via emergency C-section

Honest approach: The Selling Sunset star shared a lengthy Instagram post to celebrate her son's two-month birthday where she discussed his 'dramatic entry' into the world via emergency C-section

Honest approach: The Selling Sunset star shared a lengthy Instagram post to celebrate her son’s two-month birthday where she discussed his ‘dramatic entry’ into the world via emergency C-section

Terrifying: Quinn noted that 'reliving the trauma' on the Netflix show has been agonizing as she detailed how her son was 'seconds away from not making it' and how doctors had to run her through an X-ray machine to see if they left any tools in her body because she was 'flatlining' during surgery

Terrifying: Quinn noted that 'reliving the trauma' on the Netflix show has been agonizing as she detailed how her son was 'seconds away from not making it' and how doctors had to run her through an X-ray machine to see if they left any tools in her body because she was 'flatlining' during surgery

Terrifying: Quinn noted that ‘reliving the trauma’ on the Netflix show has been agonizing as she detailed how her son was ‘seconds away from not making it’ and how doctors had to run her through an X-ray machine to see if they left any tools in her body because she was ‘flatlining’ during surgery

‘After my water broke the day I was filming, I was rushed to the hospital already 9cm dilated. Hyperventilating from the excruciating pain, I was immediately rushed in to an emergency crash C-section due to both our heart rates instantly plummeting. Baby C umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck. 

‘Baby C was seconds away from not making it. The surgeons didn’t even have time to count their tools before stitching me up as I was flatlining. They ran me through the X-ray machine immediately after surgery to ensure there was no remaining tools left in my body. I am so grateful for the doctors and surgeons that saved BOTH of us.

‘I thank God everyday for my blessings, and my miracle baby. Always remember life is too short and grudges are a waste of perfect happiness. Let go of what you can, and take chances. Give everything and have no regrets. Life is too short to be unhappy. 

‘With this, I realized that with the responsibility of being a role model, it requires complete authenticity, and I wouldn’t be genuine if I didn’t share my vulnerabilities in the process. That to me is the true definition of being a true Boss Bitch.’  

Quinn took a break from her busy schedule for a walk in the park near the famed Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday afternoon.  

Mom and dad: Quinn married her husband, Christian, in a romantic gothic wedding in Los Angeles which was filmed for the hit show

Mom and dad: Quinn married her husband, Christian, in a romantic gothic wedding in Los Angeles which was filmed for the hit show

Mom and dad: Quinn married her husband, Christian, in a romantic gothic wedding in Los Angeles which was filmed for the hit show

Beautiful: Quinn took a break from her busy schedule for a walk in the park near the famed Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday afternoon

Beautiful: Quinn took a break from her busy schedule for a walk in the park near the famed Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday afternoon

Beautiful: Quinn took a break from her busy schedule for a walk in the park near the famed Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday afternoon 

Designer duds: The revealing look featured a Bardo Collective blouse and Laquan Smith sheer leggings

Designer duds: The revealing look featured a Bardo Collective blouse and Laquan Smith sheer leggings

Designer duds: The revealing look featured a Bardo Collective blouse and Laquan Smith sheer leggings 

She was decked out in head to toe designer duds and wore a revealing blue silk blouse from Bardo collective which she layered over a matching lacy bra. 

Christine sported a pair of sheer Laquan Smith leggings, which she accessorized with sparkly Jimmy Choo heels and a black Chanel purse. 

Her platinum tresses extended down past her waist and she was seen working her angles as she seductively squatted with her hand on her chin before cracking a smile. 

One of her co-stars Chrishell Stause recently dished on Christine as a mother and how it relates to her usually dramatic presence on the show. ‘I don’t think that changed much,’ Chrishell told PEOPLE at her DSW capsule collection on July 14.  

Star power: She was decked out in head to toe designer duds and wore a revealing blue silk blouse from Bardo collective which she layered over a matching lacy bra

Star power: She was decked out in head to toe designer duds and wore a revealing blue silk blouse from Bardo collective which she layered over a matching lacy bra

Star power: She was decked out in head to toe designer duds and wore a revealing blue silk blouse from Bardo collective which she layered over a matching lacy bra 

True to form: Her Selling Sunset castmate Stause told PEOPLE that motherhood did not 'change much' about Christine with regards to the drama she brings on the show

True to form: Her Selling Sunset castmate Stause told PEOPLE that motherhood did not 'change much' about Christine with regards to the drama she brings on the show

True to form: Her Selling Sunset castmate Stause told PEOPLE that motherhood did not ‘change much’ about Christine with regards to the drama she brings on the show 

True professional: Stause, 39, continued to divulge that a lot of the castmates thought motherhood may calm Christine down but affirmed 'that's not the case,' while teasing more 'drama' this season; seen on Wednesday night

True professional: Stause, 39, continued to divulge that a lot of the castmates thought motherhood may calm Christine down but affirmed 'that's not the case,' while teasing more 'drama' this season; seen on Wednesday night

True professional: Stause, 39, continued to divulge that a lot of the castmates thought motherhood may calm Christine down but affirmed ‘that’s not the case,’ while teasing more ‘drama’ this season; seen on Wednesday night

Stause, 39, continued to divulge that a lot of the castmates thought motherhood may calm Christine down but affirmed ‘that’s not the case,’ while teasing more ‘drama’ this season.  

‘I think that a lot of us thought that, but no, that’s not the case. The drama is still going to be there, but that’s good for you guys because I think that’s part of the show that people think is so fun,’ she shared. 

Though Chrishell had previously confessed to not liking drama in the workplace — even with regards to the show — she continued to say the good of being a part of the hit series (which has already been renewed for season 5) outweighs the bad. 

‘We’re all incredibly lucky to be in this position, and so if it comes with a little theoretical hair pulling now and then, it is what it is,’ she dished.  

‘I feel like there are so many good things that have come from it that the stress and the drama and anxiety that comes on the bad days is all worth it.’ 

She did however say this week on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast with Amanda Hirsch, that she and Christine’s relationship had ‘gotten a little messy’ and that they were likely not going to be hanging out off camera. 

Drama queen! The breakout star of the Netflix show will continued to bring her no-nonsense approach to the series, as castmates divulged that Christine's drama 'is still going to be there'; pictured June 3

Drama queen! The breakout star of the Netflix show will continued to bring her no-nonsense approach to the series, as castmates divulged that Christine's drama 'is still going to be there'; pictured June 3

Drama queen! The breakout star of the Netflix show will continued to bring her no-nonsense approach to the series, as castmates divulged that Christine’s drama ‘is still going to be there’; pictured June 3

   

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