These are doctors’ orders.
The “Married to Medicine” cast is begging Phaedra Parks to join the reality show — and the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast is definitely considering a Bravo crossover, Page Six has exclusively learned.
Phaedra is dating a doctor, but she’s also very good friends with a good portion of the cast, including Dr. [Kimes]quad [Webb] Dr. Simon [Whitmore],” a source close to the production tells us.
“All of these women have approached Phaedra about their participation in the show.”
“They’re all good friends with her and they beg her, ‘Please, please come to the show,'” the insider explains. And she adores all of these women, so she definitely thinks so.”
We hear that Parks, who exited “RHOA” in 2017 after seven consecutive seasons, has a “deal on the table” to star in Season 10 of Marriage to Medicine, but she has yet to make a decision about moving forward.
“Nothing is 100 percent yet,” the source shares. “But she sees how appropriate this might be.”
Parks – who has been known to be very private with her love life in recent years – could potentially introduce fans to her mystery beau if she falls on the dotted line.
“Phaedra likes to keep her love life under wraps,” says the source. “But she definitely has a boyfriend who’s a doctor, and there’s a lot of interest in their relationship.”
It wasn’t just Married to Medicine women who hoped Parks would say yes to the unscripted series.
Fans are equally excited to see her permanently return to reality TV — especially after her success in Peacock’s “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club.” (She’s currently in pre-production on season four of “RHUGT,” and will be filming soon in Marrakesh, Morocco, and premieres later this year.)
“She’s amazed at the amount of support she’s received from fans wanting to see her on ‘Married to Medicine.’ She’s literally been inundated with people sending her messages, begging her to do the show,” the source shares with us.
People are like, ‘Do it, do it, do it! They really want to see this happen.
Parks has a lot of support for appearing on Married to Medicine – but it’s uncertain if she’ll have the time.
“She’s very busy right now. She’s already in pre-production for Season 4 of Girls Trip and is preparing for Morocco. She’s still in the funeral home business, still practicing law, and has a business in Dubai,” says the multi-hyphenate insider. .
Parks also has her two sons, Aidan, 12, and Dylan, 9 — whom she shares with ex-husband Apollo Nida — to consider.
“She’s busy with her kids, and being a mom is the biggest priority,” explains the source. “There’s a lot on Phaedra’s plate at all times. So if she can find the time, she’d love to do Married to Medicine.”
Former “Real Housewives” producer Carlos King recently revealed on his podcast, “Reality with King,” that Parks has been asked to star in the next installment of the series that focuses on the Atlanta world of medical and other professionals.
Bravo did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Before her potential cast in Married to Medicine made headlines, Parks was offered a full-time role on The Real Housewives of Dubai after performing in the inaugural season last year.
“I think the franchise definitely has potential to be great,” she told Page Six EXCLUSIVELY in August 2022. “Dubai is a very beautiful place. … So, it just feels like home to me, honey.”