Christine Quinn keeps cozy in a crewneck sweater as she catches a flight out of Toronto

Christine Quinn cut an uncharacteristically casual figure as she arrived at the airport in Toronto to catch a flight back to Los Angeles ahead of Thanksgiving.

The Selling Sunset alum, 34, kept cozy in an edgy gray crewneck sweater layered under a cropped black leather jacket.

She slipped her slender legs into a pair of black spandex leggings and thigh-high black leather boots.

Toned down: Christine Quinn cut an uncharacteristically casual figure as she arrived at the airport in Toronto to catch a flight back to Los Angeles ahead of Thanksgiving

The mother-of-one had a silver purse with a chainlink strap slung across her body and tucked her essentials away in a designer tote.

The real estate agent’s Barbie blonde hair was curled and styled in a high ponytail.

She accessorized with a set of large, rhinestone bangles as well as a giant diamond ring.

Getting in the holiday spirit, Christine showed off a shiny red shellac manicure.

Moto chic: The Selling Sunset alum, 34, kept cozy in an edgy gray crewneck sweater layered under a cropped black leather jacket

Moto chic: The Selling Sunset alum, 34, kept cozy in an edgy gray crewneck sweater layered under a cropped black leather jacket

In contrast to her casual getup, Christine rocked a dramatic winged eyeliner look paired with a pink flush and overdrawn nude lip.

The fashionista greeted photographers with a smile as she made her way towards the terminal’s entrance.

Christine is based in LA with her husband Christian Richard and their one-year-old son Christian — although she was born and raised in Dallas, Texas.

Christine became a household in 2019 following the premiere of Netflix’s hit reality series Selling Sunset.

She served as the central ‘villainess,’ often butting heads with fellow real estate agents like Chrishell Stause and Emma Hernan over work — and personal — drama.

Barbie girl: The real estate agent's Barbie blonde hair was curled and styled in a high ponytail

Barbie girl: The real estate agent’s Barbie blonde hair was curled and styled in a high ponytail

After five seasons of the series, it was revealed earlier this year that Christine would not return.

It occurred shortly after Netflix confirmed they’d renewed Selling Sunset for a season six and season seven.

Christine’s former boss Jason Oppenheim, who co-founded the world renowned brokerage The Oppenheim group with his twin brother Brett, recently spoke on her exit.

He believes that viewers became ‘tired’ of Christine’s behavior on the show.

Family: Christine is based in LA with her husband Christian Richard and their one-year-old son Christian -- though she was born and raised in Dallas

Family: Christine is based in LA with her husband Christian Richard and their one-year-old son Christian — though she was born and raised in Dallas

Christian and Christine seen in Selling Sunset season four

Christian and Christine seen in Selling Sunset season four

The real estate mogul told PageSix that she left at the right time because fans were over the drama and watching Quinn play the villain.

‘I think people were tired of watching that dynamic continue season after season,’ Oppenheim, 45, said.

‘So I think, if anything, it’s provided a breath of fresh air for the office and for the show.’

In the last season, the 34-year-old real estate broker was accused of trying to bribe a client.

Exit: After five seasons of the series, it was revealed earlier this year that Christine would not return

Exit: After five seasons of the series, it was revealed earlier this year that Christine would not return

And although she denied allegations, Oppenheim just wants to leave the drama and controversy behind.

‘It’s not the type of drama that I enjoyed being a professional real estate broker,’ he said.

He added: ‘I wasn’t happy with the types of issues being brought to my attention. I think it ran its course.’

Earlier this year, Quinn revealed that she had terminated her contract with the Oppenheim Group and would not be returning to the popular reality show.

Comment: Christine's former boss Jason Oppenheim, who co-founded the world renowned brokerage The Oppenheim group with his twin brother Brett, recently spoke on her exit

Comment: Christine’s former boss Jason Oppenheim, who co-founded the world renowned brokerage The Oppenheim group with his twin brother Brett, recently spoke on her exit

Since her departure, Quinn launched a new business venture with her husband Christian Dumontet — crypto real estate brokerage RealOpen — in April 2022.

I terminated my contract when the brokerage launched. I had to make a business decision that was for me, so I had to terminate the contract so I could move it over to my brokerage,’ the fashion mogul explained.

She insisted that Oppenheim knew about her new brokerage.

She shared: ‘Jason knew. I told him. Him and I had had conversations a year before. I told him I was doing my own thing.

‘I think they thought I was bluffing. I don’t think they actually thought I was working on a company. I do not know. But I told them for a year that I was working on this. Everyone knows.’

Over the drama?  The real estate mogul told PageSix that she left at the right time because fans were over the drama and watching Quinn play the villain

Over the drama? The real estate mogul told PageSix that she left at the right time because fans were over the drama and watching Quinn play the villain

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