After hearing so much about Sonja Morgan's daughter, Quincy Adams Morgan, on The Real Housewives of New York City over the years, we've of course been incredibly curious to know more about the only offspring of the always-bubbly cast member. Luckily, when The Daily Dish recently caught up with Sonja (clip above), she was more than happy to chat all about her daughter — and she's exactly the exceptional young lady you imagined her to be.
Sonja's mini-me daughter Quincy is a "straight-A student" who is currently focusing on her future now in her sophomore year at boarding school. However, Sonja hopes that she's not stressing too much since she's "a little anxious about which college she's going to." "She could relax a little bit, but she's like her mother," Sonja said.
Sonja and her daughter Quincy are totally twinning on the red carpet of the Season 2 premiere of Difficult People on July 11, 2016.
Sonja said Quincy has inherited many other traits from her and her father, Sonja's ex-husband John Adams Morgan, including her creativity, sensitivity, worldliness, and multi-lingual talent. She also sees a bit of Quincy's famous ancestors (her father is a descendant of famous financier J.P. Morgan and President John Adams) in her daughter. "The finance side, she definitely got from [her father]. She is a math wizard. She got that from the J.P. Morgan side," Sonja said. "But she got the humility from the John Adams side, you know, from John Adams, John Quincy Adams, and I like to think my side of the family has humility and religion."
As far as Quincy's career goes, she has many interests to draw from, according to Sonja. "She likes the charity work. Maybe she'll be a lawyer someday like the Adamses," she said. "She likes fashion and architecture."
But as Quincy continues to grow up, she's still figuring out her future. "We're gonna have to see, I don't know. I really don't know. Who does know until they do a few internships," Sonja explained. "She's very well-balanced, I have to say."
One thing is for sure: Sonja couldn't be more proud of Quincy. "She's the joy of my life," she gushed. — Reporting by Jocelyn Vena
Watch Sonja open up about her love of family tradition, below.