“Real Housewives of Atlanta” Alum Porsha Williams “I do” Nigerian-born businessman Simon Guobadia The couple were married in two ceremonies during the weekend. On Friday, they were married under traditional Nigerian native laws and According to People. The couple then had a second baby. American wedding At an Atlanta Methodist church, before 350 guests on Saturday to honour WilliamsIts southern roots.

There were two ceremonies. Williams She wore four total dresses on her weddings and Three more outfits are available for the reception and Afterparty on Saturday “It’s going to be a true fashion extravaganza,” The “RHOA” Star told People. “I just couldn’t turn any dresses down! If a wedding dress came my way, and I loved it, I got it.”

Williams and GuobadiaThe ceremony was not only beautiful in fashion, but also featured a lot of stars. T.I. was among the guests. and Tiny Harris was his wife. and Reality stars Jennifer WilliamsKarlie Redd and Quad Webb. A number of Real Housewives stars attended the ceremony, including Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey, as well as Monyetta Shaw and Kim Zolciak–Biermann. and Drew Sidora.

Saturday Williams She shared a photo and Her new husband wore their wedding attires from Friday’s ceremony, along with a message of gratitude to her friends and Families Instagram. “Thank you everyone for all of your prayers and well wishes!” She wrote. “We love you for riding with us in this journey called life! The best is yet to come!!”

This is a mark Williams Second marriage. Kordell Stewart was her previous husband. She was also married to Dennis McKinley and has a 2-year old daughter, Pilar. Meanwhile, Guobadia Has five children from past marriages: Quentin and Nicole, Christian, Benjamin. and Ximena. The couple insists that this will be their last walk down to the aisle.

“It’s just going to be like, ‘My husband, my husband, my husband,'” Williams said. “I’m going to irritate everyone! It’s our last marriage, okay? We belong together. That is it. It’s a blessing to be able to find your person. It doesn’t happen often.”