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Noelle Robinson Moves into a New Apartment with Incredible Views

Cynthia Bailey's daughter will be staring at an unobstructed skyline in her new abode. 

By Abby Feiner
Noelle Robinson New Apartment

Noelle Robinson is making moves to a new apartment with an incredible view. 

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta daughter gave her Instagram followers a brief glimpse at her new digs on June 15, showing a beautifully lit nighttime skyline. While she didn't show much more of the apartment, floor-to-ceiling windows were on full display in her videos. 

Noelle had previously been living with her mom Cynthia Bailey's fiancé, Mike Hill, at his Los Angeles home. “She’s out here in L.A., she’s pursuing her goals of acting. She’s a superstar… She’s an influencer, so she’s doing her thing for YouTube and her YouTube channel," Mike said on the It’s Bravo Betch podcast in October 2019. "That’s my daughter. I have three daughters: Two biological daughters and my bonus daughter in Noelle.”

Earlier this year, Mike opened up once again about living with Noelle, explaining that her presence was far from overwhelming in the home. "I don’t see her that much. You know, Noelle’s busy, doing her thing and I got a lot — about six or seven jobs, so really it's almost like she’ll go to her room and and I’ll see her in the common areas every now and then," he said in an interview with The Daily Dish before quipping: " I think I’ve seen Noelle maybe — maybe like 10 minutes per day. If that."

Noelle Robinson New Apartment 1

Before making the big move out to Los Angeles, Noelle briefly attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., but felt that being on campus wasn't a fit while she wanted to pursue her acting goals. "I was homeschooled for the last two years of high school and I took a gap year, so I was not ready for college at all. From a social standpoint, an academic standpoint, I kinda just got the carpet ripped from underneath me,” she said in a March video. “I just felt like I could only just go to school there, and not be able to pursue my passions.” 

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