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Phaedra Parks on Which Married to Medicine Friendship Proved the Most Complicated as She Joins Season 10

The former The Real Housewives of Atlanta star shares how being on Married to Medicine is different than being on a housewives franchise.

By Stephanie Gomulka

Phaedra Parks is shaking things up on Married to Medicine as she joins the cast for their tenth season. The RHOA alum spoke to The Daily Dish about her friends on the show and if the ladies welcomed her as a new cast member.  

Phaedra Parks is in a “Conundrum” in Season 10 of Married to Medicine  

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She knew several of the cast members for years before filming Married to Medicine, Parks said. 

Quad [Webb] and I, obviously met through Dr. Gregory [Lunceford] eons ago when they were dating and so she’s obviously my gal pal,” she said.  

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Dr. Gregory, a psychiatrist, and Webb divorced in 2019 after six years of marriage. His wedding to Lateasha, known as Sweet Tea, is part of the upcoming season. As the new Luncefords prep for marital bliss during the show, something out of the blue they might’ve not been prepared for is the other ladies' friendships with Quad coming into focus.  

“I found myself in some compromising positions because of course now Dr. Gregory is getting married to Sweet Tea,” Parks said. “He introduced me to Quad and he introduced me to Sweet Tea so you know I’m sort of in the middle of this conundrum. It’s a very tricky place to be.” 

Parks remained secretive about how everything unravels on screen, teasing: “It throws a few curveballs.” 

How Did the Married to Medicine Cast React to Phaedra Parks Joining the Show? 

“They welcomed me with open arms,” Parks said of her cast mates as she jumped into Season 10.

Parks found taking part in this franchise to be a “new refreshing sort of partnership” that is a different experience than her time on RHOA

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“It’s just different because these are professional women,” Parks said. “When I say I have to go to court, or you know they say hey I’ve got to go deliver a baby... I understand as a professional woman what that means and the obligation...I can respect that.” 

Married to Medicine Cast React to Phaedra Parks Joining The Show

Toya Bush-Harris may have had some reservations about her coming onto the show because of issues with cast members, Parks said. 

“One of my good friends on the show, Quad — they don’t see eye to eye at all,” Parks said. “However, you know, [Toya] and I get along well. We both have two beautiful sons and so we have that in common, being mothers to boys.” 

How are Phaedra Parks' two sons Ayden and Dylan? 

Her two boys, Ayden and Dylan Nida, are 13 and 10, respectively, Parks said.

“8th and 5th grade, you know, one year before high school,” Parks told The Daily Dish. “They’re great, healthy, happy, flourishing.” 

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Parks had the boys with ex-husband Apollo Nida. As for updates on her current love life, Parks says it also takes a “few curveballs and turns, but it’s in a good place.” 

Season 10 of Married to Medicine premieres on Sunday, November 5 at 9:15 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. 

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