The Married to Medicine cookbook author said that she is "certainly" going to get married again in the future.
When Quad Webb caught up with Dr. Heavenly Kimes earlier this season of Married to Medicine, she noted that she had "a couple" of "prospects" when it came to her dating life. "And they're very handsome, extremely smart, and very successful," Quad added.
And "of course" there are still "prospects" in her life today, Quad assured us during an exclusive interview with Bravo Insider in March. "I'm smart, I'm youthful, I'm in shape. I'm helpful, I'm a good team player. Yes, the prospects are knocking the door down," Quad shared. "It’s all about who I want to choose at this point."
Dr. Heavenly may not have been the best at setting Quad up on blind dates, as we saw in Season 7 of Married to Medicine, but the bachelorette hasn't lost faith in letting her friends play matchmaker. "A friend may say, 'Oh, I have someone I want you to meet. I think it would be great if you have a conversation with this person.' So it’s a lot of that," Quad said of how she's been getting to know people these days.
When Married to Medicine fans first met Quad back in Season 1 of the show, she was married to psychiatrist Dr. Gregory Lunceford, with whom she tied the knot in 2012. Unfortunately, Quad and Dr. Gregory encountered some challenges in their marriage, and viewers watched the couple try to get their relationship back on track on Married to Medicine. Quad ultimately confirmed that she had filed for divorce from Dr. Gregory in 2018, which was finalized by the time Season 7 of Married to Medicine premiered in 2019.
So, now that Quad has been living that single life, she's taking her time when it comes to settling down again. "I love my life right now, the freedom that I have. You know, whatever energy that I have in my home, that’s the energy that it’s going to be. I enjoy being single. And I'm enjoying the dating process," Quad explained. "I'm really not in a rush to hurry up and jump back in, two feet forward, saying I'm ready to get married again and all of that. I think that’s gonna take a little time. Unless that person is Godsent, then it may be a bit different."
As someone who really enjoyed being married, Quad said that she is surprised by how much she is now thriving while meeting so many different people. "It’s somewhat of the mystique of it, the fun of it, the flirting of it, the joy of it. I really enjoy dating. Didn't realize I was gonna enjoy it as much, because I also loved being a wife. But now I'm super single, and I'm like, oh, I can tap into this. This is nice," she explained. "If he gets on my nerves, then I can just book another date for Tuesday, if he gets on my nerves on Sunday. So it’s fine."
That isn't to say that we'll never see Quad walk down the aisle again. In fact, she told Bravo Insider that she "for sure" sees herself getting married again someday. "I'm not against marriage at all, and I think it’s beautiful. It can be very fruitful if you’re married to the right person. If you guys get each other, you understand and you support each other, and you know that you’re a unit."
Quad is also more prepared for her next partner because she has learned what doesn't work in a marriage. "The challenge comes in when you’re married, but you’re looking at each other like your opposition. Like you’re on the opposite side of one another, not really working through things together," she said. "And that’s where the difficulty comes in at."
Even after everything she has been through, Quad said that she still holds the institution of marriage in the highest regard. "I love marriage. I love being a wife," she said. "I most certainly am going to do it again — not want to do it again, I'm going to do it again. I'm just not in a rush right now."
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