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The Daily Dish Married to Medicine

Quad Webb and Dr. Gregory Lunceford Have Finalized Their Divorce

The Married to Medicine cookbook author is single and ready to mingle in the upcoming Season 7.

By Laura Rosenfeld
Your First Look at Married to Medicine Season 7

Quad Webb can officially start her next chapter. The Married to Medicine cast member has finalized her divorce from Dr. Gregory Lunceford, The Daily Dish has confirmed.

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Quad first confirmed that she had filed for divorce from Dr. Gregory after six years of marriage during an interview with The Daily Dish in September 2018. Prior to that, the fate of the couple was uncertain after a turbulent Season 5 of Married to Medicine, followed by an emotional reunion where Dr. Gregory revealed that he and a friend had gone into a hotel room with two women, although he said nothing happened with them, which caused further strain on their marriage.

Quad later said during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen that month 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."

The divorce proceedings proved to be challenging for Quad and Dr. Gregory, who wed in 2012. "He's been non-compliant in turning in the paperwork in which we need to complete the divorce," Quad said on WWHL. "So I figure if you want to live single, then you do the work to be single." 

Quad and Dr. Gregory finally came face-to-face for the first time in five months at the Married to Medicine Season 6 reunion. Things became tense during the couple's conversation with host Andy Cohen as they discussed their marital issues, including infidelity (which Dr. Gregory denied), a lack of intimacy, and times when things got physical between them.

However, Quad and Dr. Gregory appeared to leave the reunion on good terms, wishing each other the best as they closed the chapter on their marriage. "I want you to be happy. I want you to be well. I want you to do well. I want you to continue to grow. I want you to win big, I do," Quad told Dr. Gregory before sharing with the rest of the Married to Medicine crew that she still loved him.

Quad was more than ready to be single as her divorce proceedings continued the last time we caught up with her during the Married to Medicine L.A. Special, which aired in March. "It's tough. It has taken an emotional toll on me," she said during an interview in the episode. "I think it's time to shut the door."

Now Quad has finally been able to shut that door, going back to her maiden name of Quad Webb, as you can see in her bio on, as well as on the cover of her cookbook Cooking with Miss Quad: Live, Laugh, Love, and Eat, which was released in May.

In the upcoming Season 7 of Married to Medicine, which premieres Sunday, September 8 at 9/8c, we'll see her get back into the dating game, although she also seems perfectly content just doing Quad these days. "Quad is living her best life and feeling liberated as she works on her inner happy and treating herself," the description of the new season reads.

See what else is in store for Quad and the rest of the Married to Medicine squad in the full Season 7 trailer, above.

Revisit Quad and Dr. Gregory's intense conversation at the Season 6 reunion, below.

Quad Webb-Lunceford and Dr. Greg Open Up About Abuse in Their Marriage
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