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Sonja Morgan Explains Why She Didn’t Want Her Daughter Quincy Morgan On Real Housewives Of New York; Teases A Possible Appearance In The Future

When Season 13 of Real Housewives of New York premiered, we once again saw Sonja Morgan living in her town house. It had been rented out before the pandemic hit, and Sonja had tried to sell it several times.  But never fear–Sonja has interns, whose duties include drawing Sonja a bubble bath. That town house needs to go.

Sonja hosted a brunch for the RHONY ladies. Leah McSweeney brought newbie Eboni K. Williams with her. Ramona Singer and Luann de Lesseps, who have somehow become besties, confronted Sonja about not being in contact with them all summer. It is obvious that Sonja is going through a lot.

Ramona let it be known that Sonja’s partying is a concern again. Ramona lost her cool last season when Sonja started stomping on a mirror at Ramona’s birthday party.

During Season 12, Sonja realized her dreams when she made a deal with Century 21 to showcase and sell her clothing line, Sonja by Sonja Morgan. Unfortunately, in September of 2020, Century 21 filed for bankruptcy. Sonja said that she felt as if the “rug has been pulled from under” her.

Besides dealing with her business, Sonja is searching for Mr. Right. Harry Dubin need not apply. Sonja is still bringing up the fact that Ramona kissed Harry. Hopefully Sonja can find someone who hasn’t dated the entire RHONY cast. Fingers crossed!

Sonja told Page Six that RHONY viewers may finally get to see her daughter, Quincy Morgan, on the franchise. Quincy’s father is Sonja’s ex-husband, John Adams Morgan.


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Quincy just made her Instagram public in March. The college student even shared a delightful series of photos where she recreated her mother’s most iconic moments. The photos include Sonja with a toaster oven pan and reclining in bed sporting a tiara.

In the interview, Sonja discussed the possibility of Quincy making her RHONY debut. She stated, “We’re going to have to see. This was the first step, going public with her Instagram. Let’s see how she handles–I know she’ll handle it well, but let’s see how she feels about it and revisit the topic later,” Sonja remarked. “Who knows? It’s her choice at this point. She’s an adult.”

Sonja said that Quincy, who is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania, made her Instagram public as “a pure business move.” The proud mom continued, “Obviously, with a perfect SAT score and studying math and science and arts, she doesn’t want to just go straight financial for her career. So, she’s an entrepreneur,” Sonja added. “And so, she knew it was the right move to go public for business.”


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But Sonja does have some concerns about Quincy making her life public. “I worry for my daughter, which is why she hasn’t been on the show,” Sonja shared.


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