Welcome home Cynthia Bailey! The reality star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” has officially arrived in the Peach State after spending months in Los Angeles with her fiancé Mike Hill and her daughter Noelle Robinson. In true supermodel fashion, the 53-year-old Cynthia graced social media with a blemish-free face, dark brown braids with hints of blonde hair, and a large peachy smile.
Cynthia returned home with a mission. Prior to posting her image on Instagram, the Alabama native hit up the voting polls. On Tuesday, June 9, voting began in Georgia for the 2020 primary election. Cynthia proudly wore her voting sticker on her black shirt and captioned the photo, “Back in the A!!!🍑 Made sure I was up bright & early to vote today.
Make your voice count & please go vote. Polls close at 7pm!👊🏾.”
Cynthia encouraged fans to vote through a series of hashtags. “#vote #georgiaprimary2020 #blm,” she wrote. Her message received over 24,000 likes and some 200 comments from fans salivating over her “gorgeous” looks.
“She’s back! ATL is looking good on you😝.”
“Awesome👊🏾👊🏾👊🏾Gorgeous as always 😊.”
“You’re always peachy 🧡🧡🧡.”
“CYNTHIA You’re SO PRETTY.”
“Aging backwards 😍😍😍😍.”
“You look so happy to be back in Atlanta lol.”
Cynthia continues to live bicoastal while her 20-year-old daughter and Mike currently reside in the City of Angels. Noelle moved in with the sports broadcaster last year to pursue her modeling and acting career. It doesn’t seem like Noelle came to the “A” with her mother. But one fan asked Cynthia in the comments, “Did you bring Noelle home to😝?”
Cynthia and Mike set their wedding date for Oct. 10 of this year. It’s unknown if Cynthia will move to California. In March, she hinted in an after-show segment with her co-star Eva Marcille that the couple had not yet decided their living arrangements. “Right now, we are still working it out, just being in a bicoastal relationship,” she said. “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.”