Nene Leaks: Is She Invited To Cynthia Bailey’s Wedding? Cynthia Reveals: “You just nevermore know what someone is going through. And, but she’s still more further than welcome to come.” “Honestly, with everything running on as far as her moving the show. And I wasn’t sure how pleased she’d be attending the wedding knowing she has issues [with Bravo],” Cynthia proclaimed. “You just never know what someone is going by, but she’s still more than desirable to come.”
Following in September, NeNe declared she would not be around for Season 13 of the Bravo line. Since then, she has maintained she was “forced out.” And did not move on her own terms. Whatever the plight may be, Cynthia said NeNe was a driving force for the fame of “RHOA.”
What was the relationship between Cynthia and Nene?
“Regardless of where NeNe and I are in our relationship. And she was good for the show.” Cynthia told the terminal. “I’m ever going to furnish her props for that. You can’t get away all she’s done for the Atlanta franchise.”
Although NeNe may or may not be where to observe, Cynthia says, “I do.” Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, and Eva Marcille, who became in her peach after last season. And are expected to help celebrate as bridesmaids.
How pandemic Affected:
According to Cynthia, they follow the coronavirus precautions entirely to keep the 250 confirmed guests safe during the fantasy.
“Rather of concentrating on the accessories in my hair or what kind of food we’re going to have. But Mike and I have been placing most of our wedding service into COVID-19 protocols,” Cynthia claimed. “And we ain’t playin’ round.”
“If anyone doesn’t adhere to the laws, then they’re just going to be required to leave,” she emphasized. “We’re practicing this seriously. We want to preserve ourselves and our visitors.”
The wine shop manager noted sanitizing stations, temperature checks, and handwashing basins as part of their safety set. She also said the venue would combine indoor and outdoor places.
“It’s a remarkable space, so you can be as far apart from people as you want. And while still feeling related to the ceremony.”