EXCLUSIVE: 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Star Cynthia Bailey Questioning Her Marriage: 'Maybe I'm Just Not in L


Cynthia Bailey says she might not be in love with her husband of five years, Peter Thomas, anymore.

ETonline has your exclusive first look at Sunday’s all-new episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. In the clip, Cynthia and Peter get real about the state of the marriage in a heated fight.

“You know and I know that there’s a disconnect between us,” Cynthia says to Peter. “So, we need to figure out what our plan is, ‘cause we can’t keep going like this.”

Peter says the issue is time, seemingly blaming Cynthia for never making any for him.

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“So, I have all this time and I just choose not to spend any of it with you?” Cynthia says. “You made the decision to put a bar in Charlotte, [North Carolina]. I feel like I’ve made a lot of sacrifices to be here. I uprooted myself from my home in New York City with my child and my nanny, and I moved here, because I met a man named Peter Thomas, who I thought was great.”

Cynthia goes on to say she’s felt challenged in the marriage since planning their 2010 wedding. Cynthia tells Peter she doesn’t feel like they’ve grown any closer since then.

“I just know that I’m unhappy,” she says. “And what I equate to being unhappy is, well, maybe I’m just not in love with him anyone.”

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That’s when a teary-eyed Peter asks Cynthia, “I just want to know, when did you stop loving me?”

We’ll have to wait until Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET when The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs on Bravo to see what happens next.

ETonline recently caught up with Cynthia’s co-star, Porsha Williams -- and she shed some light on the state of Cynthia and Peter’s relationship struggles this season.

“Reality TV can put a strain on a relationship if you are in denial about anything, because reality TV is a mirror in a way,” Porsha said. “You know, you see a lot of things in yourself that you probably haven’t wanted to see, and you have to face them.”

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“As far as Cynthia and Peter go, I don’t think that reality TV played a part in their relationship at all,” Porsha continued. “They have a pretty strong foundation, and they’re human, and they’re just going through things. And they’re brave enough to just, you know, let the camera be a part of that.”

For more of our chat with Porsha, check out the video below.