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Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn poses in a low-cut black bodysuit with matching slacks

Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn didn't let the weekend go by without posting a new slideshow to Instagram.On Sunday the real estate guru, 33, appeared on the photo-sharing app to share a carousel of glamorous photos.The mom-of-one entertained her 2.5 million followers with several snapshots in a black bodysuit and matching pants. Social media star: Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn posted a new slideshow of glam shots to Instagram Sexy! She teamed her cargo pants with a high-cut black bodysuit that exposed her skin on the sides and her ample cleavage at the frontThe Dallas, Texas native caught fans' attention with a shot of her gazing at herself in a mirror that was paneled onto her purse.Her stunning blue eyes popped in the capture as the sunlight his her face highlighting a Gucci chain around her neck.

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