Search

got a tip? call (866) 667 - 2327 OR

E-mail us a tip

VIDEO: The Real Housewives Of Atlanta’s Third Season Ends With A Wedding

Throwing caution to the wind, Cynthia Bailey wed Peter Thomas on Sunday’s season finale of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, which documented the Peach State beauty’s suspenseful self-doubting over whether or not she should tie the knot — before finally going through with it.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

In the episode, we saw Cynthia’s family crying — in a bad way — over the impending marriage; and the groom forgetting to buy the wedding bands.

PHOTOS: Hollywood’s Nastiest Divorces

“Time is just standing still, and all these things are going through my mind … I feel like I’m not ready to get married,” the gorgeous Cynthia said, prior to walking down the aisle in front of 200 people ,  which included castmates such as Nene Leakes and Kandi Burruss.

Cynthia said that “when [she] actually walked out and saw Peter, that was when [she] knew for the first time that whole day that [she] was doing the right thing.

MUGSHOT: NeNe Leakes’s Son Bryson Bryant

“Only time will tell if this is going to be happily ever after, but I think it’s definitely happily ever now.”

Of course, the hijinks at the wedding — which took place in July 2010 at Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural History — provided more of the juicy reality TV drama we’ve come to love from the Southern Belles: Kim Zolciak, ignoring arch-rival Leakes, boldly predicted the union would last less than a year.

PHOTOS:  NeNe Shows Off Her New Nose

The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays on Bravo at 10/9c.

 

RELATED STORIES:

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: NeNe Leakes & My Dad Are Divorcing, Says Stepson — She Owes Him $300K!

EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: NeNe Leakes’ Son & Girlfriend Expecting Child – Mom Livid!

EXCLUSIVE: Real  Housewives Of Atlanta Get Rough In Season 3, Welcome New Cast Members

EXCLUSIVE: Shakeup On The Real Housewives Of Atlanta

EXCLUSIVE: Real Housewife NeNe Leakes Splits From Husband, Wedding Ring Off

blog comments powered by Disqus