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The Real Housewives Of Orange County: Where Are Former Housewives Lynne And Quinn?

May 14, 2011 11:00 AM by Veronica Dudo

The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo TV has followed the lives of some of the women living in Orange County and through the years viewers have seen a lot of ladies come through the ranks. Keep reading to find out what former housewives Lynne Curtain from season four and Quinn Fry from season three are up to!

Last season fans watched as Lynne’s husband delivered the devastating news that his company was in big trouble and that the family lost their house. Meanwhile, Lynne was just beginning her new fashion line of bracelets called Cuff Love–now she is building a fashion empire!

According to Bravo, Lynne still designs her signature cuffs but has also branched out into the world of dog jewelry, bedding and handbags.

Her business is expanding globally with her products found in New Zealand, Canada, Europe, Austria and the UK. Lynne even caters to celebrity clients like Cheryl Tiegs.

As for Lynne’s family, her husband Frank and daughters Alexia and Raquel are all doing well.

Quinn Fry sold her home with the help of former original housewife Jeana Keough and settled in Eureka, California to be closer to her daughter and four grandchildren. Quinn’s son, Colin has been acting and according to Bravo is in talks with a talent agency. Quinn wrote in to Bravo that she’s still, “busty, sassy, and single.”

The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Sundays at 10p|9c.

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