Is Married to Medicine a classier version of Real Housewives of Atlanta? After last weeks cat fight between Mariah and Toya, fans aren’t so sure. Will friendships and marriages unravel on Married to Medicine like the Real Housewives? Here’s the latest Married to Medicine spoilers, rumors, predictions and latest update.
When it comes to life, Mariah Huq the Executive Producer of Married to Medicine, likes to keep it real. She addressed last weeks fight by saying: “I handled that situation poorly,” she told S2S. “I do think I should take all the responsibility for that because whether it’s me or my mom…, we could have walked away.” Which leaves Astrochicks to wonder was it staged?
Although Mariah has decided to take the high road when it comes to her friendship with Toya, she still has our girl on blast. Toya denies sharing Mariah’s family secrets with others, but Mariah has it on good authority that Toya has loose lips.
Mariah tells S2S, “Keep watching and I think that you’ll see what’s true and what’s not true. The thing about a lie is, you gotta keep telling them once you tell them. I am glad that the tape tells it all,” she said.
No doubt, friends come on and go but marriage is forever. What about Mariah? How did she meet her Married to Medicine hubby? She tells Atlanta Magazine, “We met at Justin’s [the now-closed P. Diddy–owned restaurant]. I just wondered: Who’s this short, Indian-looking guy coming up to talk with me?”
What’s Mariah Huq’s secret to a happy marriage? She says, “In any marriage, you have to have the capacity to switch places with your spouse, to see through their vision. We do that every day. We’re the face of the new America, where everything blends. I wear saris—I’m sure people look and go, “Who’s that black girl in saris?”—and cook Indian food, not because he’s ever asked me to, but because I love to.”
Astrologically speaking, we think Mariah Huq’s marriage is rock solid, for the other Married to Medicine girls, we’re not so sure. Stay tuned.
Married to Medicine is a cross between Real Housewives of Atlanta meets Beverly Hills. The series follows the daily lives of six women in the Atlanta medical community; two of the women Jacqueline and Simone are REAL doctors, the other Real Housewives just happened to be married to doctors. It’s the clash between classy and trashy trophy wives.
The main drama mamas are Kari Wells and Mariah Huq. Kari who’s the resident priss, hales from Yorkshire, England. An actress and former model, she prides herself on being the Queen Bee of the group. She’s married to Colombian-raised orthopedic surgeon and hand specialist, Duncan Wells, for the last ten years.
Kari, who’s ego was recently bruised when Quad called her “medical mistress.” Defended her marriage on her Bravo blog stating: “I was never my husband’s mistress or anyones mistress. A mistress implies secrecy and deceit. When I met my husband 11 years ago, I would not even have dinner with him until he faxed me a document showing me he was legally separated. He was leaving his short childless (and loveless) marriage. They both amicably signed the separation agreement and went their separate ways until the divorce. Since then, we have shared 11 magical years together and we are proud parents of our two wonderful children.”
Kari may be a wonderful wife and mother but she’s not such a good friend. She loves to throw shade on Mariah because she was poor before she married a doctor. In reality, Mariah has more class than all the girls combined. She’s grounded and values her relationships.
LaKeisha “Mariah” Huq is married to Aydin Huq, a Bangladeshi emergency physician. Huq is the CEO and founder of Mariah Media Group and is a producer of the Married to Medicine series. Her doctor is not only cute but has lots of swag.
On Mariah’s Bravo blog she wrote: “”Class is an aura of confidence that is being sure without being cocky. Class has nothing to do with money. Class never runs scared. It is self-discipline and self-knowledge. It’s the sure-footedness that comes with having proved you can meet life” — Ann Landers. We totally agree with Mariah.
As a matter of fact if Kari would do a few Google searches she would see, that amongst all these divas, she is the least educated, the least fashionable, least diplomatic, and least fiscally sound. #CheckYourEmail #Fax and please #AskJeeves.
Married to Medicine is Astrochicks new guilty pleasure. It’s a nice mix of real career women and housewives. We expect more Married to Medicine shows, New York and Beverly Hills to premiere next. Why? The Married to Medicine debut episode was the highest-rated series premiere since Bethenny Getting Married? in 2010. Move over NeNe Leakes, we have Mariah in the house now! Stay tuned.