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Book Launch For 'Carry-On Baggage: Our Nonstop Flight' By Cynthia Bailey And Peter Thomas

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We all saw the writing on the wall. Cynthia and Peter weren’t going to make it. But Cynthia made the official announcement to the public, a fews days ago saying she wanted to take time for herself.

At the Essence Festival, Bailey told E! News,

“I think the time apart has been good for him as well. It wasn’t like I had to do it right this second but the more we got used to not being together and living together, the easier this divorce is going to be. I don’t want it to be an ugly divorce because I still love Peter. It’s as simple as that. I still root for him. I want him to win. I still love and support him. We are just not going to be married anymore.”

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If you were wondering what Peter thought of all of this. Wonder no longer. He reached out to Uptown Magazine to tell them he didn’t want a divorce.

“On July 24th, Cynthia Bailey and I will be married six years, and for our entire marriage we have been a part of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Bravo TV’s most successful reality show. As a result, Cynthia and I have shared almost every aspect of our lives with the millions of RHOA fans. Viewers had a front row seat at our wedding, and watched as we worked to blend our families, personalities, and business ventures. Most of the highs and too many of the lows in our relationship have been on display for public consumption and condemnation since we joined the cast in 2010. I say ‘we’ because Cynthia and I came as a package deal. We were in this together. And until July

Peter Speaks On Cynthia Bailey’s Divorce  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com