'RHOA': Porsha Williams Reveals She Has Tattoo Of Simon Guobadia's Middle Name Here
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'RHOA': Porsha Williams Reveals She Has Tattoo Of Simon Guobadia's Middle Name Here

Porsha Williams has revealed she has gotten a tattoo to tribute her fiance, Simon Guobadia. Willams continues to make headlines after revealing her new relationship with Simon, who is the ex of her The Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star, Falynn Guobadia.  

News broke Mother’s Day weekend that Simon and Porsha were an item when Porsha posted several photos of her ex fiancé Dennis, Simon and herself. Williams’s body language suggested that there was something between her and Simon. It was later revealed that the two were engaged after only dating for one month.

Simon wrote on his Instagram page, "I asked her to marry me because we checked ALL of each other's boxes, and then some.”

Williams wrote on her Instagram page, “Our relationship began a month ago—yes we are crazy in love…I know it's fast but we are living life each day to its fullest.”

"I choose happiness every morning and every night," the mom of one added. "Tuning out all negative energy and only focused on positive wishes. He makes me so happy and to me, that is what matters most."

As for the controversy, Williams has maintained that she and Falynn were never friends.

Recently on Fox’s Dish Nation, which she co-hosts, Williams revealed that she tattooed her fiancé’s middle name on her neck.

"I got a tattoo. I think it's a great way to show when you love someone,” Williams stated after discussing the Red Table’s Talk latest episode where costars Jada Pinkett Smith, Adrienne Banfield Norris and Willow Smith received matching tattoos.

"I got my fiancé's middle name tattooed on my neck," Williams stated.

"Right here, it don't hurt," Williams said. "I don't like no pain. Right here it doesn't hurt and, you know, I think that's cute."

Williams and Simon's engagement si set to continue to be a major topic during RHOA's off-season, as well as it when it returns.