“Real Housewives of Atlanta” newbie Drew Sidora and her husband Ralph Pittman have fans gushing over their marriage after the reality star shared an adorable video of the pair spending some quality time together in the kitchen.
In a nearly two-minute clip, Drew filmed her husband as he chopped up veggies for their meal, which consisted of steaks, salmon, and an asparagus and red pepper medley.
“We bout to have a crazy dinner right now. You ready, babe?” Ralph said to the camera. “You see the salmon over here grilling out. Did I say grilling?” (The salmon was searing in a pan.) The heartwarming clip ended as the happy couple toasted with glasses of wine before indulging in their meal.
“Spending time with your family and cooking is IMPORTANT,” the actress captioned the post. She added, “When the food is good😋!! We getting some protein💪🏽 What are you cooking tonight?”
Fans swooned over Ralph’s thoughtful gesture of cooking for his wife, including one fan who wrote, “Ok cuz I see you. What you cooking up for your queen and the little ones.” That person added, “Nothing like a man that can cook. My husband swears he’s the black Emerald Lagasse lol. 🤣🤣.”
Another user commented, “They compliment each other so well. A couple that look good together, stays together❤️.”
“Real Husbands of ATL ?” a third person jokingly wrote.
“So funny with my nephews and niece screaming in the background and eating on TV trays …lol….,” wrote another.
Drew married the successful business strategist on Aug. 21, 2014. The couple share two children, a son, Machai David Pittman, born in 2015, and a daughter, Aniya Grace Pittman, born in February 2018. Drew also has a son, Josiah, from a previous relationship, whom Ralph helps raise.
Late last year, Ralph reflected on the importance of biological fathers and step-fathers in a post he shared on his Instagram page. “Christmas was the first time my son JoJo met his biological dad and it was a special moment for our family. Anyone that knows me understands that I advocate for fathers,” he wrote in a lengthy caption alongside a photo of himself and Josiah.
“To no ones fault, I was raised in a single parent household and experienced the void of a fatherly figure. I missed out on valuable lessons, experiences and most importantly, character development. It’s funny, but I use to watch my friends with the side eye to learn things I wasn’t exposed to! I always told myself that if I can play a role to fill the void of another child, I would and now I’m doing it!”