PHOTOS: RHONY’s Sonja Morgan Shows Off Daughter Quincy’s Bedroom Decor and Reveals Her “Perfect Touches,” Plus She Slashes $2 Million Off the Price of Her Townhouse

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PHOTOS: RHONY's Sonja Morgan Shows Off Daughter Quincy's Apartment and Reveals Her "Perfect Touches" and "Bedroom Goals," Plus Slashes $2 Million Off the Price of Her Upper East Side Townhouse

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Sonja Morgan recently shared a new series of photos of her daughter Quincy Adams Morgan‘s first apartment on her Instagram Stories.

After first taking fans inside her only child’s new home last month, the Real Housewives of New York City star returned to social media to offer an update on Quincy’s space by spotlighting several new pieces in her living room and showing off her serene bedroom.

“Found the perfect ottomans for my daughter’s apartment,” Sonja wrote in the caption of a photo that included two black, blue, white, and gray ottomans situated on a rug of the same color.

RHONY Sonja Morgan Shows Off Daughter's Living Room at Her Apartment

In a second post, Sonja revealed she also purchased pillows in the same pattern.

“Ottomans [and] Pillows,” she shared in a message.

RHONY Sonja Morgan Shares Photo of Daughter's Apartment and Artwork

Sonja’s third image featured a room with all blue walls and a blue ceiling.

“Bedroom Goals…” Sonja wrote across the photo, also pointing out the room’s matching printed headboard and pillow.

RHONY Sonja Morgan Shows Off Daughter Quincy's Bedroom at Her Apartment

As RHONY fans well know, Sonja hasn’t exposed her daughter Quincy, who she shares with her ex-husband John Adams Morgan, to the Bravo cameras and doesn’t intend to do so in the future.

“I just don’t think it’s good,” Sonja explained during an appearance on Sameera Shah’s podcast, Sip with Sam, in November 2018. “I mean I know how to handle it and I’ll handle myself and I chose it. But I don’t think I should drag anyone else into it, especially a young kid.”

In other real estate news, Sonja is currently attempting to unload her Upper East Side townhouse to the tune of $8.75 million.

Earlier this year, Sonja listed the home for $10.75 million before renovating the property and offering a COVID-19 discount of $2 million.

“I had a cash offer. Full price, $10.75 [million] just before the pandemic. Then this lady, [who] had six or seven houses outside the city, she was gone,” Sonja told Daily Mail TV of what prompted the price cut.

Sonja and her castmates are believed to be in production on the upcoming 13th season of The Real Housewives of New York City.