Cynthia Bailey shared her bonding experience with Teresa Giudice after spending some time with the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star. Cynthia shared how she “gravitated” more towards Teresa even though she spent time with both Teresa and Melissa during the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip last year.
How Did Cynthia Bailey Bond With Teresa?
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta alum shared her bonding experience with Teresa during an exclusive interview with Page Six. She explained that from watching RHONJ, she thought, “Teresa was crazy or something. I didn’t know what she was like”.
The 55-year-old explained that she started bonding with Teresa when they spent time on the trip to Turks and Caicos. Cynthia further relayed that after getting to know the Garden State OG, “I realized she was just the coolest, sweetest woman that I’ve ever met.”.
The Bailey Agency CEO detected that she shared a similar devotion to her husband, Mike Hill, as Teresa does Luis “Louie” Ruelas. She stated that Teresa was extremely obsessed and in love with her husband. The former supermodel noted:
“Teresa and I really connected on ‘Girls Trip’. It’s nice that we’ve been able to continue being friends.”
What Cynthia Learned of Teresa and the Gorgas From the Trip
The Terror Lake Drive actress attended Teresa and Ruelas’s wedding on August 6, where she noted the obvious absence of Teresa’s brother, Joe Gorga, and his wife, Melissa Gorga. The couple was absent because of the unfounded infidelity rumor Teresa brought up about them in season 13 of “RHONJ.”
Melissa was present at the ‘Girls Trip,’ and Bailey shared what she learned about the relationship between the sisters-in-law.
“What I did learn from ‘Girls Trip’ is that they don’t seem to be that close.”
She further explained that if they were not connected by family, she doubted they would even be friends. The model shared that she found the fact that the Gorgas missed Teresa’s wedding “a little sad.” Cynthia lastly said she was “praying” they could make peace for the sake of their children, whose relationship depends on how their parents relate.