The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey talked with Tamron Hall about finding love again. Now happily engaged to fiancé Mike Hill, who joined her on set, after a very public divorce from Peter Thomas, Bailey closed out Hall's "Love and Relationships" week.
Bailey and Hill are planning a 2020 wedding. But is it harder to stay married while on a reality show? Bailey said:
I don't think being on a reality show makes it easier. I think that the key is, you have to really be connected, and you have to have a really solid foundation with who you’re with-- especially if they're going to be a part of your reality TV journey as well.
Bailey also encouraged daughter Noelle Robinson to share her sexual fluidity on this season of RHOA. She told Hall:
When she came home from college and she told me that she was fluid, I knew that we had to try to protect her, and her choice. For us, being a reality star, and living in the world that we live in, with camera phones and people filming you and all that stuff, I wanted her to be able to tell her own story. I wanted her to put her own self out there and say what she needed to say as opposed to someone outing her.