Cynthia Bailey’s daughter Noelle Robinson has made her relationship Instagram official with YouTuber Alexis Powell! Noelle shared a TikTok of themselves mouthing along to some random audio. However, it was a few days before this TikTok that Noelle and her girlfriend showed “love” to one another on Instagram. Noelle posted a photo of herself smiling at a bouquet of black and white roses. The black roses were the letter “N” for obvious reasons. She captioned the photo, “wow okay im in love ?.”
Alexis commented “Anything for you?” her efforts were quickly co-signed by Cynthia and her sister Mal Bailey. It looks like Noelle is taking this relationship pretty serious. Back in February the couple made a VLOG of their time in Las Vegas but had not officially come out as a couple. The video titled “NOLEX IN VEGA$$” is not the first the couple has done together. Noelle was also in Alexis’ YouTube video “SMACK OR FACTS CHALLENGE,” “NEVER HAVE I EVER” and EX AS MY SCREENSAVER PRANK ON MY GIRLFRIEND ❗️.”
Noelle came out to her mom back in November on the RHOA. She describes herself as sexually fluid. “It really just came out of nowhere. I wasn’t really expecting that to happen,” said Noelle while coming out to her mom. Cynthia has supported her daughter every step of the way. she spoke about Noelle’s choice in sexuality at BravoCon in November last year. “She was having a lot of anxiety before the show aired, because she didn’t know how it was going to make her feel.”
During an exclusive interview with Hollywood Life Cynthia praised fans for all the love and support they have given her daughter. I cannot tell you the love and support, it’s all I’ve been talking about all week, which was wise, because so many moms have been shouting out to me, so many kids that are fluid.” As a mom, Cynthia understands that this generation is different. “They are a generation where they don’t want to be put in a box, they didn’t want to be labeled, and for me as a parent I’m just happy, and proud, that I’m the kind of parent that…I just want to be the kind of parent that she can feel comfortable even coming to, to talk to about sexuality.”
Cynthia admits that growing up she was not able to talk to her mom about sexuality and relationships. As a parent of someone fluid, Cynthia has done all the right things. She supports her daughter’s choices and even before she found out about her daughters’ sexuality, she supported the LGBTQ community. Cynthia regularly attends pride; she has used her businesses to sponsor LGBTQ events and she has not discriminated against people’s choice in partners. No wonder her daughter felt so comfortable coming out to her.