Porsha Williams’ Sister Lauren Says the Siblings “Will Get Over ANYTHING" They Go Through

Porsha Williams’ Sister Lauren Says the Siblings “Will Get Over ANYTHING" They Go Through

It looks like nothing will ever tear these #RHOA sisters apart.

By Laura Rosenfeld

Ever since Porsha Williams' sister Lauren Williams surprised her family with the news that she's expecting her first child earlier this season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, it looked like the sisters' once-solid bond was about to crumble. This tension came to a head during last Sunday night's episode when Porsha and Lauren argued about Lauren's involvement in Porsha's company during and after her pregnancy.

By the end of the episode, it looked like Porsha and Lauren had resolved their issues, but has that remained the case today? Most definitely. "My sister Porsha is my partner, my BFF, my favorite MUA, my drinking/party buddy, & my 2nd mom," Lauren wrote on Instagram before Sunday night's episode aired. "Sometimes we fight and yell, kiss and hug, talk all night, laugh and cry. There is no other person that I would want to have by my side. We've had many amazing years of working, succeeding, failing, laughing, crying, and traveling."

Though on RHOA, Lauren hasn't seemed to like the idea of rushing back to work for Porsha after she gives birth, she did reveal that she actually will miss their business relationship. "I'm going to miss the 4am mornings in different cities, states and countries! I'm going to miss the long press days kinda," Lauren wrote. "But I'll never be too far."

Rather than jeopardize their relationship, it sounds like Lauren's baby will bring the sisters closer together. "I love my sister beyond words and my new plus one is so blessed to have Auntie Porsha," she said on Instagram. "We're sisters, we're best friends, we will get over ANYTHING we go through."

It's pretty impressive that the Williams sisters can even get into it like this and still stay tight.

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