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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Season 6 Spoilers: Kandi Comforts Porsha in Midst of Her Divorce

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In episode 3 of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6, Porsha Stewart admits to Kandi Burruss that she’s still in love with Kordell. She describes the divorce as someone being dead, but unable to find the body. She likened the experience of driving to her attorney’s office as going to a morgue. Porsha breaks down in tears and Kandi comforts her. Porsha said she’s trying to be strong, but it’s hard. She hid a lot of the marital issues between her and Kordell from the rest of the women because she didn’t want to be judged or have someone say, “I told you so.”

Other “Real Housewives” spoilers include NeNe Leakes struggling with her new role as wife again after moving back to Atlanta following the cancellation of her show, “The New Normal.” Cynthia Bailey heads into surgery for her fibroid problems, Phaedra Parks prepares for a family photo shoot, and Kenya Moore decides to move out of the mansion she was renting.

Kandi has had to deal with her mother’s outspoken opinions against her fiance, Todd, but will she have to defend her engagement to someone else? Kandi’s work confidant, Don Juan, has his own concerns about her relationship with Todd.

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6, episode 3, airs Sunday, Nov. 17 on Bravo at 8 p.m., ET/5 p.m., PT.

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