‘Ok Legs!’: Cynthia Bailey’s ‘Sexy’ Gams Leave Fans Gaping at This Glamorous Snapshot

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Cynthia Bailey is a knockout on her own.

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” actress left fans stumped with her ageless beauty and killer legs. She took to Instagram on Monday and posted a beauty shot of herself looking more flawless than ever. She sported a white blazer dress, black thigh-high boots and silver accessories.

Bailey, 52, opted for a glam makeup look, including a pink eyeshadow and nude lip. She rocked her hair in ombre brown ringlets and captioned her post with a red heart emoji.

Related: Cynthia Bailey Turns Back the Hands of Time

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Cynthia Bailey. (Photo: @cynthiabailey10/Instagram)

Fans gawked over her beauty, while others zoomed in on her gams.

“Yesssss come thruuuuuu legs 🔥😍 loving the hair color. It looks great. Gorgeous Cynthia.”

“Cynt this is your season and I’m loving it!!! @cynthiabailey10 Keep prospering beauty‼️ You look amazing!”

“Too busy turning back the hands of time. 💕 business and Beauty as usual… luvluv sugafoot 💋”

“Ok sexy legs!! The Mrs Hill glow…ring them wedding bells!”

Speaking of wedding bells, Bailey and her fiancé Mike Hill got engaged in July in front of Bravo cameras a little more than a year after they met on the set of comedian Steve Harvey’s former talk show “Steve” last spring. And while the date is set and the ball is rolling on wedding plans, Hill told Atlanta Black Star in September that his relationship with Bailey wouldn’t exist had he not put the work in on himself.

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Mike Hill and Cynthia Bailey. (Photo: @cynthiabailey_10/Instagram)

“We would not be together if it wasn’t for that book, because it helped me realize there were so many things that was going on in my life that I didn’t realize. … Now I know why I did certain things in my life, and now I’m able to move forward,” Hill candidly admitted of his memoir “Open Mike.”

Even with the Fox Sports 1 newscaster’s own separate work, the couple are still working together to better themselves as a unit through therapy.

“We’ve gone through counseling, so you’ll see that,” he said to the “It’s Bravo Betch” podcast in September. “In the end, there’s ups and downs and highs and lows, but relationships work when you work at the relationships.”

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