Amid the coronavirus pandemic, "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Cynthia Bailey has officially tied the knot with her Fox TV show host fiancé Mike Hill.
"We are living in a very different time, and now more than ever we realize that life is too short, and to never take anything for granted."
It was the wedding Bailey had been looking forward to after a year of being engaged to the Fox star. The couple's lavish wedding, exclusively reported by People, took place in Georgia on October 10.
At least 250 guests witnessed the lovely pair's marital vows amid strict measures that the couple imposed to make sure everyone was safe during their wedding.
Bailey revealed on her Instagram account that before their wedding day, they hired a group of people to deep clean their wedding venue to ensure their important guests were safe from the deadly virus.
In the photo shared by People, Bailey looked glamorous in a mermaid-cut wedding gown with intricate lace details on the sleeves and a white and silver finish. Hill was wearing a black and silver suit ensemble.
Many fans of the "RHOA" star took to the comment section to greet the newlyweds on their wonderful milestone and send them well wishes as they begin a new chapter as husband and wife.
One female fan wrote that she is happy to see Bailey marrying Hill and that she wished them a lifetime of happiness. Another one chimed in and said that Bailey deserved every bit of happiness during her most-awaited wedding.
Bailey shared that even though this was not the first time they tied the knot, they were excited just the same to be lifetime partners. The two had previous marriages.
Hill, who has been isolating with Bailey for several months due to the pandemic, expressed that they are more than prepared to start a new life together as husband and wife.
Regardless of the couple's worries, Bailey's daughter, Noelle Robinson, supports their union.
Earlier, Bailey and Hill were unsure if their wedding would push through on their chosen wedding date as pressing concerns surrounding the ongoing pandemic took a toll on them.
Regardless of the couple's worries, Bailey's daughter, Noelle Robinson, supports their union. The 20-year-old expressed enthusiasm for having Hill's two daughters, Ashlee and Kayl, as her new sisters.
Though blending into a modern family will be a huge transition for her, Noelle said the changes were positive as she feels complete to have them in her life.
Aside from being a doting mother to her blended children and a loving partner to Hill, Bailey still knows how to become the exact opposite when it comes to dealing with internet trolls.
She recently encountered on her Instagram account some rude remarks targeting her body. Like the true queen that she is, Bailey struck back at them in the best way.