Eva Marcille shared an emotional message on her social media account, addressing Cynthia Bailey. She told her it was an honor to be a part of her union with Mike Hill.
Check out Eva’s post on her social media account below.
‘What an absolute honor to stand by you, with you to support your union @cynthiabailey May Your marriage to @itsmikehill be blessed and may it honor what God has intended for you both! What God has put together let no man or woman put asunder🌻. HMU 💄@terrellmullin styled by @therealnoigjeremy 👗 @katiemaycollection 📸 @inijephoto,’ Eva captioned her post.
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What an absolute honor to stand by you, with you to support your union @cynthiabailey May Your marriage to @itsmikehill be blessed and may it honor what God has intended for you both! What God has put together let no man or woman put asunder🌻. HMU 💄@terrellmullin styled by @therealnoigjeremy 👗 @katiemaycollection 📸 @inijephoto
Someone said: ‘Gorgeous model you betta strut,’ and another follower posted this: ‘You looked beautiful. And I love this hair.’
A commenter posted this message: ‘Gorgeous girl!! ❤️ So good to see you and catch up!’ and someone else wrote: ‘For a runway…absolutely. For someone else’s wedding…absolutely not!’
One other follower said: ‘This is not the top model best look.’
‘Seriously, stop hating on her hair and just appreciate this beautiful sister who just gets beautiful and beautiful each year. We got bigger things to worry about instead of her hair, man. Let the sis post her stuff in peace without hair experts jumping at her, asking unnecessary questions. This is why women end up having confidence issues. Let’s lift each other up. Go Eva Go 😍❤️,’ and one other follower said: ‘Lol I’m sorry but Nah ain’t no one coming to my wedding like this.’
Someone else said: ‘absolutely beautiful love the pearls wrapped around your hair … the definition of black girl magic.’
A follower criticized Eva for posting a photo of herself and not the actual couple: ‘Where are the pictures of the actual couple? You are posting your pics like it was your wedding! How you gonna post a congratulations post with a picture of you🤣.. so self-centered is sad!’
Someone else said: ‘Absolutely beautiful✨✨✨ African Royalty…honoring ourselves & our original culture…instead of what we’ve been shown to be & accept for ourselves. Thank you for standing proud, beautifully…’
Not too long ago, Eva Marcille shared a post on her social media account from Mike Sterling, addressing the case of Breonna Taylor.