RHONY star Sonja Morgan’s daughter Quincy Adams, 20, rocks a plunging black sequined dress from her mom’s clothing brand in rare selfie
After nearly two decades staying out of the spotlight, Sonja Morgan’s 20-year-old daughter Quincy Adams has been slowly entering the public eye.
And, on Thursday night, the University of Pennsylvania student shared a rare glimpse into her life while rocking a plunging, black sequined dress from her mother’s affordable clothing brand, Sonja By Sonja Morgan.
She paired the shimmery frock with a thigh-high slit, a vintage Fendi bag and studded black Valentino high heels.
Glamorous: Sonja Morgan’s 21-year-old daughter Quincy Adams looked confident in her latest mirror selfie ahead of a fun night out on Thursday
While staring at her reflection in the mirror, the beauty was the picture of confidence as she posed for a selfie in her bedroom for her more than 65,100 Instagram followers.
Quincy is the only child of Sonja and John Adams Morgan, who is the great-grandson to the founders of Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan.
Her dad, a former Olympic gold medallist in sailing, has an estimated net worth of a whopping $100 million, which was largely inherited.
Lucky girl: The 21-year-old University of Pennsylvania student is the only child of John Adams Morgan, who is the great-grandson to the founders of Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan
In March, Quincy, who has never appeared on her mom’s reality show The Real Housewives of New York City, made her Instagram public for the first time.
‘I never thought I would make my social media public but here I am… excited to welcome everyone along for the ride,’ she said of her decision on her Instagram Story, at the time.
Quincy, whose pals call her ‘Q,’ is a ‘painter and multimedia studio artist who started college’ in 2019, according to Page Six.
Entering the public eye: Quincy, who has never appeared on her mom’s reality show The Real Housewives of New York City, made her Instagram public for the first time in March (pictured in 2019)
Her parents divorced after more than eight years of marriage in 2006.
In May, during an episode of RHONY, Sonja got emotional as she discussed the end of their relationship.
‘I lost my best friend and a wonderful marriage. Is he dead? No. But for all intents and purposes, for me, he’s gone,’ she told a healer.
Brains and beauty: Quincy, whose pals call her ‘Q,’ is a ‘painter and multimedia studio artist who started college at the University of Pennsylvania in 2019,’ according to Page Six; seen in 2016
She continued: ‘I had to make a choice for my daughter and I feel so bad. Maybe I should have stayed with him and made sure she had everything she needed and got more time with me.’
In 2019, she told The Daily Beast: ‘My breakup is pretty boring. We were in love and then we broke up. There was no drama. We still love each other and it was painful for both of us.’
Sonja met her ex-husband in 1998 while hostessing at San Pietro, an Italian restaurant in Manhattan.
‘I lost my best friend and a wonderful marriage. Is he dead? No. But for all intents and purposes, for me, he’s gone,’ Sonja said during an episode of RHONY in May (pictured in 2014)