‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Star Phaedra Parks Finalizes Her Divorce From Apollo Nida

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Phaedra Parks’ divorce is final. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has finalized her divorce from the incarcerated Apollo Nida.

Phaedra’s journey will be one of the focal points on the ninth season of RHOA. Phaedra recently gave an in-depth interview to People Magazine detailing how she’s doing after her seven year marriage has come to an end. As you know, Nida was sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to bank fraud and identity theft. He is currently serving time at the same federal penitentiary as Joe Giudice.

Phaedra revealed that after Nida left, she “had to regroup, refocus, and work on herself and children.” So will we see Phaedra on the dating scene? Not likely. The reality star isn’t ready to start dating just yet.

“If I date someone, they have to date all three of us,” Phaedra said in reference to her two boys Ayden, 6 and Dylan, 3. “We’ll be a foursome – me and my two kids and him. It has to be a whole family affair. And at this time, that’s not really my top priority. My priority is making sure they’re okay.”

So when does Phaedra think she’ll be ready to date?

“I think dating is in the bright near future, but it’s got to be someone who’s definitely a really good guy. I can’t have any crazy at this point in my life.”

Too bad we can’t see BFF’s Phaedra and Porsha Williams speed-dating together, talk about crazy. In the meantime, what is Phaedra looking for in her “really good guy?”

“A good sense of humor, confident, God-fearing, generous, hopefully wealthy, attractive – all of those things.”

Is Tyler Perry available? It’s good to know that Phaedra reflects on her marriage to Nida with positively and a sense that she is a stronger woman because of these struggles.

“It was hard to have such a traumatic, real-life scenario happen all on cameras in front of everybody,” Phaedra explained. “But at the end of the day it not only made me stronger as a woman, but it made me look at life differently. I think I’m better because of it. I always try to be very optimistic about life and hope things will be as positive as I want them to be. And that’s not always so easy on this type of show. But I think at the end of the day, it works itself out.”

As for the shade she received from fellow castmates Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss, Phaedra has not yet gotten over “the meanest girls on the planet!”

“It was so hypocritical of these people who were supposedly my friends and my circle to not support me at all,” Phaedra said. “I would have never had imagined that — never in 100 years would I have thought that people would be so mean and nasty during such a real traumatic time for anyone. I just thought, ‘These are the meanest girls on the planet!’ And they proved themselves to be as much.”

Ouch! The funs starts this Sunday, Nov 6, at 8/7c on Bravo.


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