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Porsha Williams and Dennis McKinley have gotten their relationship back on track and are stronger than ever after dealing with infidelity earlier this season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta — so much so that they're already acting like a married couple.
Dennis even went so far as to call Porsha his "wife" as the couple had a bit of a back-and-forth on Instagram on December 10 over who their daughter, Pilar Jhena McKinley, resembles more. "Ok @porsha4real. PJ looks like her momma," he wrote in a post that featured side-by-side images of Porsha as a baby and PJ. "I’ll give my wife some credit today."
The RHOA fiancé previously posted a photo of PJ on Instagram and commented that she is a combination of "her momma + me!"
Porsha also had a bit of fun with those saying that PJ is Dennis' lookalike. "Y’all: PJ is Dennis’s twin. Me: Who said dat?" Porsha shared in an Instagram post featuring her baby photo.
Porsha confirmed during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on December 1 that she and Dennis got "re-engaged" after they broke up due to his infidelity. "We're working on our family. It takes time," Porsha said of how things are going in their relationship today (clip above). "I love him and he loves me, and we're doing what's best for our family. That's really all you can do."
Porsha also said that she and Dennis have "not yet" set a wedding date, "but it will be next year."
The couple will come together for the first time this season of RHOA in the next episode on December 15. Check it out below, and catch up more on this season through the NBC app.
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