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Actual Housewives Of Potomac Season 7 Episode 12 Recap: Mia Thornton Spills All Of The Tea


There’s no shock by now that the Actual Housewives of Potomac continues to be the most effective cities within the Actual Housewives franchise by far. And Season 7 isn’t any totally different. From the messy green-eyed bandits, Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon stirring up bother with Wendy Osefo and Mia Thornton, to the shifting alliance between Candiace Dillard-Bassett and Ashley Darby– the Potomac women captivates followers as a result of, fairly frankly, they provide us EVERYTHING. And I do imply every thing.

For those who bear in mind, the final episode of RHOP featured Robyn and Juan Dixon having an especially uncomfortable dialog about signing a prenup for his or her wedding ceremony that by no means might be nonetheless hasn’t occurred but, regardless of getting engaged over two years in the past. Ashley showcased extra of her difficult soon-to-be divorce from that creep of a person, Michael Darby. And issues actually took a flip when the women questioned Mia and Jacqueline Blake (former long-time besties) about their very detailed sexual previous collectively. Each Mia and Jacqueline remained tight-lipped; nonetheless, that is Potomac we’re speaking about, and I’m sure the women will unravel this. Except Mia or Jacqueline spill all the tea themselves. Listed here are the 5 important takeaways from the latest RHOP episode, “Mic Drop.”

This week’s episode wasted no time getting proper to the juicy particulars about Mia and Jacqueline. The scene was extremely awkward. Gordon Thornton, Mia’s husband, lingered within the background misplaced (form of like at any time when Ray Huger seems on my display), which led me to consider that there’s undoubtedly extra to this trio’s difficult relationship than what’s being shared with the remainder of the group.

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