The pair spent the first half of the quarantine at Hill’s home in Los Angeles alongside her daughter Noelle Robinson, 20, whose father is actor Leon Robinson, and his daughters Kayla and Ashleé, from two previous marriages.
“Quarantine in a house with all your kids, can you imagine trying to have sex with your man?” Bailey, 53, tells Us Weekly exclusively on the Friday, August 28, episode of the “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast. “You know how horrible that is to have like quiet, secret sex all the time? It’s like they know it’s happening, but you can’t, like, be loud. It sucks. It really sucks.”
She adds “I was constantly doing the walk of shame in our house.”
The couple, who got engaged in 2019, are now spending time at Bailey’s Georgia home, otherwise known as “Lake Bailey.”
“We’re here, we’re free. At Lake Bailey, the only people that can hear us now are the deer and the rabbits and squirrels and the ducks,” the Bravolebrity tells Us while promoting Seagram’s Escapes Peach Bellini flavor. “Sex is great right now.”
The Bailey Wine Cellar owner, who was married to Peter Thomas from 2010 to 2017, and Hill, 50, are set to tie the knot on October 10, but their plans have “been so crazy” due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“We’ve actually thought a couple of times about just postponing it because just even trying to make it happen has been a nightmare,” the reality star tells Us. “Mike and I really feel like 10.10.20 is our perfect date.”