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Porsha Williams Opens Up About the Importance of Bonding with Simon Guobadia's Family
The RHOA cast member gets real about blending her and her fiancé's families.
Ever since Porsha Williams announced her engagement to Simon Guobadia earlier this year, the couple has been taking the time to blend their families. They have not only been spending time with each other's kids, but also each other's extended families. Porsha recently opened up about how welcoming Simon's family has been to her.
"Nothing but good times with family! The Guobadia’s feel like I’ve known them forever. My soon to be niece-in-law @rume_w is adorable," The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member wrote on Instagram earlier this week, along with a photo of her with Simon and his family. "Bonding is important, I’m glad we are taking time to make it a priority! I’m so blessed that Simon’s uncle was able to come out on his last night in Atlanta!"
She also added the hashtags "Family 1st, "Good times," and "Great Weekend."
The couple has also been making time for each other as well. Porsha posted a snapshot from a recent "Date night with my love" that radiated, well, love. Simon also posted a photo from the outing and included the hashtag "Porsha Guobadia," so clearly he's excited about their next chapter.
"It is a whole 'nother side of me. You will get to see a lot where my personality comes from, the family dynamic, the blending of it all," Porsha revealed at the time. "We also took the whole family to Mexico. Yes, everybody went to Mexico, and we went on this spiritual retreat. So my sister, Lauren [Williams], is a spiritual guider [and] meditation goddess, and she was trying to bring some zen to the family while we're trying to blend. And, um, yeah, let's just say the trip wasn't so zen, but you'll see."
In another episode of Bravo's Chat Room, she confirmed that the series will show her family dealing with "the real s--t." "It was like some stuff that you go through in your own family," she shared. "Like, if you can imagine someone you haven't spoke to or things you haven't said, and you actually say them and deal with all that emotion, that's pretty much what that is."
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