KEY POINTS

  • Heather Rae Young didn't invite Christine Quinn to her wedding for bringing up her past relationship in the run-up to the special day
  • Young doesn't trust her "Selling Sunset" co-star and has no interest in forging a friendship with her beyond work
  • Young said Quinn is funny, witty and great on camera, but she didn't like it when she hit them below the belt

Heather Rae Young confirmed that she didn't invite Christine Quinn to her wedding.

Young, 34, tied the knot with Tarek El Moussa, 40, last month. Before her big day, she celebrated her bridal shower with her "Selling Sunset" co-stars Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Amanza Smith, Davina Potratz, Maya Vander, Emma Hernan, and Brett Oppenheim's girlfriend, Tina Louise.

Quinn was noticeably missing during the get-together. And Young has now confirmed that she didn't invite Quinn to her special day for a reason.

"She did not get an invite to the wedding," Young told Page Six. "I am big on loyalty, I’m big on friendships and trust, and I do not trust her. I don’t think she’s a loyal person."

El Moussa's wife said she would still work with Quinn professionally. However, she has "no interest in the friendship" beyond work.

In "Selling Sunset" Season 4, the feud between the two re-ignited when Young walked out of a party after Quinn brought up in a few episodes that they dated the same guy once. It didn't sit well with Young because Quinn raised the issue in the run-up to her wedding to the "Flip or Flop" star.

"Christine decided to share my personal business, which has nothing to do with her and me," Young told the outlet. "I think it’s disrespectful to do to someone and uncalled for, and, like I said, it’s so irrelevant in my life. At the time I was getting married, so I just think she did something very disrespectful."

Young explained that she tried to be civil and neutral with Quinn, who also had a beef with their other co-stars Mary Fitzgerald and Chrishell Stause. According to the newlywed, she is not the type of person who just cuts someone out of her life. However, she eventually got sick of Quinn.

"I had to kind of cut her out because at some point all this negativity and toxicity, it’s just not healthy," Young said. "So I’m in the most amazing place in my life that I’ve ever been, and I only want people that are going to be positive and uplifting and support me."

Despite cutting Quinn out, Young acknowledged her co-star as someone great on TV. According to her, Quinn has a "big personality." Young finds Quinn witty, intelligent, funny and great on camera. She just didn't like the way Quinn hit them below the belt.

Meanwhile, Quinn spoke about her beef with her co-stars in a previous interview with Page Six. She couldn't understand why most of them could not move on from their little arguments, unlike Amanza Smith. According to Quinn, she and Smith also bicker, but they choose to forgive.

"I just find it silly. The way that these people hold on to things is just ridiculous," Quinn said. "We may get into little arguments, but at the end of the day, we’re still always friends."

Heather Rae Young and Tarek El Moussa Heather Rae Young and Tarek El Moussa walk the red carpet at the JBL True Summer event. The exclusive event featured performances by DJ Sophia Eris, Bebe Rexha, and Jason Derulo. JBL is celebrating the return of live music with a donation to the National Independent Venue Association’s (NIVA) #SaveOurStages initiative. Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for JBL