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Watch: Follow Lateasha Lunceford on a Tour of Her and Dr. Gregory's Beautiful Home

Let's take a look at the home of Lateasha Lunceford and Dr. Gregory from Married to Medicine.

By Caitlin Busch

Married to Medicine makes its highly-anticipated return on November 5, and fans are already anticipating what kind of drama Season 10 will bring!

How to Watch

Watch Married to Medicine Sundays at 9/8c and streaming next day on Peacock.

New seasons often bring new faces to the proceedings, and Season 10 is no different. Newcomers Lateasha Lunceford and Phaedra Parks will join the cast. In Lateasha’s case, the upcoming season will specifically focus on her navigating through the Married to Medicine sisterhood as her wedding date approaches. To the surprise of absolutely none of us, fans can look forward to at least one person voicing their protestation of the upcoming nuptials! (We wouldn’t expect anything less.)

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In a Bravo digital exclusive, Lateasha did her part in drumming up excitement for the season premiere by allowing cameras inside the Atlanta home she shares with Dr. Gregory Lunceford. While the house itself is dazzling (and why wouldn’t it be), Lateasha showed why she was chosen to participate in Season 10 with some instant-classic sound bites while she led Bravo cameras around her home.

The first stop of the tour led viewers to the dining room, highlighted by some genuinely jaw-dropping Asian-inspired touches. According to Lateasha, the couple does most of their entertaining from that space.

It was revealed that Dr. Greg enjoys a bit of interior design himself, as the Lateasha welcomed viewers to a room decorated by her husband. His favorite color is blue, so he made the most of the space with an appropriately-colored and supremely comfortable-looking couch and chair set. The man’s got good taste!

Lateasha’s office is a no-frills affair, suggesting that Dr. Greg isn’t the only person in the relationship who can get work done. We loved the “I am the boss” sign adorning her desk. She confessed it’s a reminder of who is really in charge around the house!

“Greg may be the head, but I am the body,” she declared. “The full body, baby.”

Moving into the living room, we were admiring the coziness of the space when we were blindsided by something Lateasha said:

“We had to exercise some demons. I had to come in here and crucify.”

Excuse us, what?

Let’s hope Season 10 shines a light on this alleged exorcism. You can’t tease us like that, Lateasha! Spill the tea already!

The remaining spaces in the home were elegant and high-end, with brass furnishings and detailing that would make designers like Alison Victoria proud. Of course, the highlight of any home is the bedroom, and Lateasha didn’t fail to entertain when giving viewers the first look at where “the magic happens.”

“This is the boom-boom-boom room,” she revealed with a smile. 

(Wow, three booms. Good for them!)

It’s clear that Lateasha is proud of the lighting in the bedroom. She pointed out a stunning chandelier over the bed and made sure the cameras caught a few hanging orbs that helped illuminate the room. 

“Even though only two balls in this house matter,” she quipped.

If this quick house tour is any indication, viewers are in for a treat when Season 10 of Married to Medicine kicks off this weekend! Here’s to exorcisms, boom-boom-boom rooms, and sexually suggestive lighting. 

Season 10 premieres Sunday, Nov. 5 at 9:15 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. Catch up on all seasons of Married to Medicine on Peacock

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