It was the moment we've all been waiting for. Quad Webb-Lunceford finally came face-to-face with her estranged husband, Dr. Gregory Lunceford, at the Married to Medicine Season 6 reunion. It was the first time the couple, who are currently going through the process of divorce, had spoken since June.
Quad expressed how difficult it was to face Dr. Gregory after what she said had been a "very nasty" divorce. "Obviously, there's a lot of emotions right now, a lot of pain, a lot of hurt," she said.
Married to Medicine fans witnessed cracks in Quad and Dr. Gregory's relationship become craters over the past two seasons of the show. But the couple's discussion during the reunion revealed that they had been facing many challenges for quite some time, including infidelity (which Dr. Gregory denied), a lack of intimacy, and even moments where things got physical between them.
Quad accused Dr. Gregory of making "a mockery of our marriage" and said that he "never took it serious at all." Dr. Gregory vehemently disagreed with Quad's assessment. "Was I taking it seriously when I bought you the house? You said, 'I don't want to live in this townhouse.' I bought you the house. When I did everything I could do, when I wanted to take you on vacations," he shot back. "Even our last anniversary, we were doing horribly, and we hadn't had sex in three years, and I still bought you a very nice gift, and I tried to spend time with you."
Unlike last season's reunion where Dr. Simone Whitmore and Cecil Whitmore ended up reconciling in the 11th hour, Quad said that things had "gotten so bad" between her and Dr. Gregory that she didn't think they could repair their relationship in a similar way. Dr. Gregory agreed, adding, "The big picture is I love you, always have, and for some reason it has never been enough. We've never been able to make you happy."
Ultimately, Dr. Gregory shared his hope that the two could overcome their current animosity toward one another. "What I want is for her to know that I love her, I always have loved you, and I want you to be happy. If I hurt you, I am sorry," he said. "I did the best I could, and there are things if I could do them over again, I would certainly do them differently, but I'm human, too. But we gotta let this go."
Quad then expressed a similar sentiment. "I agree. 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," she shared.
Quad then got choked up and stopped herself from saying something "so crazy" to Dr. Gregory because she said "he doesn't deserve it." Host Andy Cohen wondered if it was that she still loves Dr. Gregory, which Quad hinted at and then later confirmed while being comforted by Dr. Jackie Walters and Dr. Heavenly Kimes backstage after their discussion. "This is so ridiculous because after all of this, I still look at that man and I still love him," she said.
When she reunited with the rest of the Married to Medicine crew on the set of the reunion, Quad said that facing Dr. Gregory "was challenging." "I felt relieved because I had been holding that for so long," she revealed. "I had never told anyone or expressed what I was going through and what was actually happening."
Quad also apologized to the ladies for not opening up about what was going on in her marriage with the group this season. "I'm not trying to be mean to any of you; that's not my focus. I'm sorry that I made you all feel shut out. That wasn't my intent," she explained. "I just had to deal with things how I had to deal with them."
After ending things on a good note with Dr. Gregory at the reunion, Quad said that she's going to remain positive as she sees what the future holds. "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."
See more from the emotional reunion, below.
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