Polly Brindle Opened Up About Her Difficult Divorce on 'Selling the OC'

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Aug. 24 2022, Updated 2:40 p.m. ET

As Selling Sunset continues to be one of the most dominant reality TV offerings available, it only makes sense that the show's spinoffs would also garner plenty of attention. The latest spinoff to launch on Netflix is Selling the OC, which sees the Oppenheim Group take its operations to a new part of California, and it also introduces some new real estate agents that will populate the show's cast.

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One star who is getting a lot of attention is agent Polly Brindle. The Brit isn't afraid to speak her mind — whether it's about her colleagues, her divorce, or her listings.

Read on to find out more about the Selling the OC star.

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Who is Polly Brindle's ex-husband?

One Selling the OC cast member who is getting a lot of attention online is Polly Brindle, an English former model who worked for major brands like Dior and Aston Martin. Polly moved to Los Angeles in 2011, and she has been immersed in luxury markets ever since.

Now, as she's taking center stage as part of the Selling the OC cast, many want to know more about Polly's ex-husband.

On the show, Polly discussed her marriage, and her divorce.

"All of my twenties, I was married," she said during a group dinner on the series premiere ("Paradise Comes with a Price"). "Like, I was playing the wifey, doing that thing."

When Austin asked if the Polly and her ex split up because they wanted to go their "separate ways," she said that it was more dramatic than that.

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"No, it was a plane crash ending," she said.

In her confessional, Polly elaborated on what she meant by the "plane crash ending" statement.

"We took vows, and I took those vows very seriously. I got married for the rest of my life, and he was unfaithful," she said in her interview. "I saw pictures on his phone of him with two women. They were prostitutes."

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Polly's experience with infidelity is part of the reason why she was so upset with Kayla's actions toward married co-star Tyler Stanaland on the show.

Though Polly didn't mention her husband by name on the Netflix program, her Instagram account does provide some clues about his potential identity.

In January of 2017, Polly shared a post on the app to celebrate the birthday of the "hottest husband," Stephen Wolf. Three years later, in January of 2020 she celebrated his 40th birthday with another post, referring to him as "birthday bae."

Will Polly be dating anyone on 'Selling the OC'?

At the moment, it doesn't seem like Polly is in an active relationship. Instead, she seems to be more focused on her career, and on building out a robust social life filled with friends.

Polly's Instagram page is largely dedicated to the time she spends with friends and other large groups of people.

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When will 'Selling the OC' debut?

Selling the OC premiered on Netflix on Aug. 24. Selling Sunset will also be returning for a sixth season, and between the two shows, it seems clear that reality fans will be getting plenty of California real estate drama in the months ahead.

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Hopefully, that drama will also unfold some additional details about Polly's love life. Polly and the other 11 agents at the center of Selling the OC are about to garner much larger profiles, and reality fans are already trying to learn as much as they can about all of them.

Selling the OC is supposed to be a continuation of the drama and intrigue that defines Selling Sunset, and it seems like it's going to live up to those expectations.

Watch Selling the OC on Netflix now.

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