Porsha Williams’ sister is also joined by daughter Baleigh to answer some interesting questions about her past.
Fans have been given front-row seats to Porsha Williams’ family life like never before on The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Porsha’s Family Matters, including an inside look at her relationship with fiancé Simon Guobadia, her feelings toward her ex, Dennis McKinley, and her bond with her sister, Lauren Williams, as their extended family, from older relatives to cousins, embarked on an emotional Cancun retreat.
Though viewers have gotten to know Lauren a bit more throughout the series, as she tries to help everyone in the family get along, Porsha’s sister recently opened up about her own life while joined by her mother, Lisa, and adorable daughter, Baleigh, for a fun Q&A session shared exclusively with Bravo Insider members.
In the Bravo Insider video, above, Lauren and her mom, Lisa, played a little game to see how well they knew each other. Right off the bat, Lisa scored a point when she remembered correctly that Lauren’s first kiss happened when she was in middle school. “Yeah, I was 13,” Lauren said, as Baleigh adorably cheered her grandmother on for knowing the answer.
Lauren also answered correctly when asked about Lisa’s favorite activity to do with Baleigh. “Take her to the bookstore,” Lauren said, to which Lisa replied, “Absolutely, yes.”
Lisa went on to share more details about Lauren’s past, including the “craziest thing” her daughter did while in college. Check out the clip, above, to learn more about Lauren, her family, and even her celebrity crush.
In addition to revealing juicy tidbits about her past, Lauren also recently shared sweet photos from the group’s trip to Mexico, which featured adorable moments with Baleigh and Porsha’s daughter, Pilar Jhena McKinley.
“The end of Cancun for us,” Lauren captioned the January 9 post, which featured a series of fun moments from the family getaway.
Lauren also expressed her feelings about the trip in the caption of a December 19 Instagram post, writing, “My family wore me tf AWOOOUUTTT. I just love them so much.”