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Quad Webb-Lunceford Shares an Update on Where Her Divorce From Dr. Gregory Lunceford Is Now

"It has taken an emotional toll on me," Quad Webb-Lunceford shared of her divorce from Dr. Gregory Lunceford.

By Laura Rosenfeld
Quad Webb-Lunceford

Quad Webb-Lunceford filed for divorce from her husband, Dr. Gregory Lunceford, after six years of marriage last season of Married to Medicine. And when the two finally came face-to-face for the first time in five months at the Season 6 reunion, the estranged couple was still in the midst of divorce proceedings.

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Not much has changed for Quad and Dr. Gregory in the time since then. Quad shared an update on her divorce during Sunday night's Married to Medicine L.A. Special. "The struggle is still very much real for Ms. Quad," she revealed while hanging out with Dr. Jackie Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, and Dr. Contessa Metcalfe in Atlanta. "I'm still in the process of getting my divorce."

Quad also shared during an interview that she is more than ready for her divorce from Dr. Gregory to be finalized. "It's tough. It has taken an emotional toll on me," she said. "I think it's time to shut the door."

Quad first confirmed her divorce from Dr. Gregory during an interview with The Daily Dish in September 2018. The couple had moved into separate residences and were not on speaking terms, communicating solely through their attorneys at the time.

She shared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in September that "there were a number" of reasons why she ultimately decided to file for divorce from Dr. Gregory. "As I was trying to work through things with my husband and I still was hitting a brick wall, I said, 'He's not getting it,'" she explained. "Apparently, that's giving me a message that he doesn't want to get it, which means he doesn't want the marriage."

Quad also said that Dr. Gregory wasn't being very cooperative during the divorce. "He's been non-compliant in turning in the paperwork in which we need to complete the divorce," Quad said. "So I figure if you want to live single, then you do the work to be single."

Things got emotional for Quad and Dr. Gregory when they sat down with one another at the Married to Medicine Season 6 reunion taping in November. The exes discussed the many challenges they faced over the course of their marriage, many of which Married to Medicine fans haven't been privy to, including infidelity, a lack of intimacy, and times when things got physical.

However, Quad and Dr. Gregory ended their conversation on a positive note, expressing hope that they can move on and wishing each other the best. When Quad reunited with the rest of the Married to Medicine crew after her one-on-one with Dr. Gregory, she seemed eager to find out what's next for her. "I am very optimistic about my future. I'm looking forward to it, I'm excited about it," she said. "It's gonna be a lot of joy, because I'm gonna see to it that it's gonna be a happy and joyful life moving forward."

Married to Medicine is heading out West when Married to Medicine Los Angeles premieres Sunday, March 10 at 9/8c. See what you can expect from the new series, below.

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