Cynthia Bailey took us inside her CARGO fashion show during Sunday night's episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, which featured a couple of familiar faces: her daughter, Noelle Robinson, and Shereé Whitfield's son, Kairo Whitfield. But it turns out that someone else close to Cynthia has also done a bit of modeling for her luxury luggage line. And no, it's not one of RHOA's Georgia Peaches.
None other than Cynthia's ex-husband Peter Thomas has posed for the camera in support of the RHOA fashionista's latest addition to her accessories empire. Werk it, Peter!
So will we see Peter do any more modeling for CARGO in the future? "Well Peter promotes and supports everything that I do. Although we’re not together anymore, we still support each other," Cynthia recently told PEOPLE. "Peter can definitely be a model for the older [customers] of the Cargo line. I think Peter looks great — he represents the products well."
Um, did Cynthia just throw a bit of shade Peter's way? Well, nevertheless, those were (mostly) some kind words for her ex, and Cynthia has praised herself and Peter for how they handled their divorce "with a lot of respect and integrity and class," during an interview with The Daily Dish earlier this month.
Cynthia also explained to PEOPLE how she was able to keep things so positive this season of RHOA as she went through the difficult process of divorce. "You have to know life is not all positive. You’re going to have some negative situations in life and that’s just part of living your life. I went into it with an attitude of peace, love, and light. ‘As long as I just go into every situation this season with light, hopefully I’ll get light back,’" she said. "And that’s exactly what happened. None of my cast mates really came at me about my divorce. They let me be and left me alone about it, which was kind of unexpected and kind of awesome. I just was in a space where people felt like they won’t even go there with me."
And Cynthia said she is glad that she has been able to show others that divorce doesn't have to be messy. "I’ve gotten so much feedback from other [women] who are actually happy in their marriage, but they say, ‘If I was going to get divorced, I would do it Cynthia Bailey style,’" she said. "I don’t want to be the poster child for great divorces. But I set a pretty great example to be in a marriage with someone and give it all I had and when it didn’t work out, to get out of that situation and still have the same respect for that person."
Watch Cynthia open up about finalizing her divorce, below.