Following the devastating revelation her husband Justin Hartley was filing for divorce, Selling Sunset’s Chrishell was left understandably heartbroken. Speaking on the Netflix series, Chrishell detailed to Mary Fitzgerald and the rest of The Oppenheim Group how the entire ordeal completely “blindsided” her, as well as opening up on the tough time coming to terms with it she was while the likes of Christine Quinn prepared for her own big day. However, certain members of the team weren’t as sympathetic as the others, sparking a major spat between Davina and Chrishell at the aforementioned wedding.
With Chrishell putting on a brave face for her colleague and co-star, the likes of Mary and Amanza Smith were still keen to see how she was getting on during the ceremony.
However, little could they have imagined the subsequent row and ecentual storm-off which would ensue when Davina weighed in with her thoughts on the break-up.
Adamant there were “two sides” to the story, Chrishell had heard enough from Davina and abruptly left Christine’s big day, leaving Mary and the others not only concerned, but rather furious.
Now, Mary has spoken to Express.co.uk to exclusively reveal what she was thinking during the entire confrontation and her thoughts on Davina’s viewpoint.
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When asked what she thought about Davina bringing it up at the wedding, Mary said: “It baffled a lot of people,
“I just don’t get that. I mean, they have barely even met him.
“I can’t even say [I’ve really met him], I’ve been to their house. I went to their parties and stuff like that, Christmas parties,
“I think Christine and Davina have engaged with him one time.”
She continued: “And so for them to say, ‘Oh yeah, he’s so nice,’ Well, he was pleasant saying hello?
“That’s like one time, I thought he was pleasant and nice too and I’m not gonna say anything bad about him, because I don’t know, like the situation and they’re the last people to say anything.
“Chrishell is our family, she’s our friend, and no matter what happened behind closed doors, it’s none of our business.
“We support her, she’s our colleague, she’s our friend.”
Chrishell herself has spoken out after the gutwrenching scenes aired on Netflix.
Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, Chrishell admitted she had “crushing anxiety” about seeing the divorce play out on-screen.
“I’ve been waiting for the show to come out for so long, and to look back on it is really painful because it was an extremely difficult time in my life. And people are going to make their judgments,” she told the publication.
“But at the same time, I’m ready to just rip off the band-aid. I want to get it over with so that I can really focus on the future.”
Selling Sunset is available to stream on Netflix now.