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Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill will say, "I do" in mere months. Coincidentally, The Real Housewives of Atlanta couple will tie the knot on the very same October day that Kelly Dodd of The Real Housewives of Orange County plans to marry her own broadcaster, Rick Leventhal.
And like Kelly and Rick, Cynthia and Mike have had to deal with long distance for the entire course of their relationship to date. Cynthia has been splitting time between her Atlanta home, which is called Lake Bailey, and the place in Los Angeles she has with Mike.
This arrangement has caused some questions to arise, and when you're a Bravo Insider, you get to ask what you want to know most, like Suzanne A. just did on the RHOA After Show: Will Cynthia move to California with Mike or stay in Atlanta after she's married, or will she split her time between both places?
"Yes, where are you going to live, Cynthia?" Eva Marcille asked Cynthia once she heard the Bravo Insider question read to her on the After Show (watch the video above to see it go down). "Inquiring minds would like to know!"
"Right now, we are still working it out, just being in a bicoastal relationship," Cynthia admitted. "Mike has a new show, which is a talk show about black excellence, African-American issues, the culture. So he's spending more time than ever in L.A."
"OK, so hi," Eva retorted. "It is 10/9/2020: tomorrow we get married. It is 10/10/2020: we get married, we go on honeymoon, we come back — where y'all going?"
"I have this vision in my mind, but Mike has an opinion about everything," Cynthia said. "It's not like I can be like, wear this, walk this way, cut your hair like this; he's not that dude. The show that he's on is doing really well, so I don't think that's going anywhere. Right now, honestly, I'm spending most of my time in Los Angeles."
Eva calmly asked the burning question again: "You come back from honeymoon: where do you go?"
"Well, we're either going to be at Lake Bailey or we're going to be at our home in L.A.," Cynthia smiled. "Mike's whole issue has always been, I don't want to get married and not be in the same house with my wife."
"That's what I'm nicely as a friend trying to say to you," Eva said. "There is no way you can start this marriage and the relationship with this man for the rest of your life and not cohabitate."
What does Cynthia think of Eva's opinion? Watch the video above to see Cynthia's final assessment... for now.
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