The “Housewives” take Dubai.
NeNe Leakes got together with her former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” castmate Cynthia Bailey and “Real Housewives of Dubai” star Lesa Milan in the Middle Eastern country.
The Bravo stars shared snaps from their meet-up on social media, including a boomerang video of their martinis as they enjoyed a day on the golf course for the MELT Middle East Golf Classic.
The women also posed together for a photo at a private party for the event.
Milan, 34, stunned in a strapless pink dress with a feather train and matching pink heels, while Leakes, 55, looked gorgeous in a strapless black midi dress and silver peep-toe heels.
Bailey, 56, shimmered in a gold long-sleeved dress with a thigh-high split in the front. She also completed her look with a pair of gold heels.
Fans were ecstatic to see Leakes reunited with Bailey — as they have had their ups and downs over the years.
“I love them together!!! ❤️,” tweeted one person, while another added, “OMG ITS HAPPENING. WE’RE GETTING RHOA LEGACY BACK 🍑.”
While Leakes has not been confirmed to make a comeback to Bravo, Andy Cohen recently suggested that the door for her to return was cracked.
“I’m a nostalgic guy. She and I came up together and there’s always room in my heart for, you know, everybody,” he told a fan at BravoCon earlier this month.
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When the fan asked whether the former Linnethia Lounge owner could get to hold a peach again, Cohen, 55, replied, “Who knows? I mean, she asked me a few years ago to keep her name out of my mouth, so I try to respect that.”
Things between Bravo and the former “RHOA” star have been tense since she accused the network and the “Watch What Happens Live” host of racial discrimination.
In April 2022, Leakes filed a lawsuit against Cohen, NBCUniversal, Bravo, production companies True Entertainment and Truly Original and other executives, alleging they encouraged and allowed a racist and hostile work environment.
However, that August, the mom of two dropped her discrimination lawsuit against the defendants “without prejudice” — meaning she could reopen it at a later time.