Porsha first revealed she had Simon’s middle name tattooed on her neck last month, but she failed to show off the new ink at the time.
“I got a tattoo,” she shared on Dish Nation on May 28. “I think it’s a great way to show you love someone. I got my fiancé’s middle name tattooed on my neck.”
However, in a new photo Simon shared via Instagram, Porsha proudly flaunted the tattoo, which reads, “Iyore.”
It seems Simon treated his fiancée to a romantic getaway to celebrate her milestone birthday on June 22, and he doted over his bride-to-be in the caption while sharing a series of photos from their trip.
“Happy Birthday my love. God is always on time, and has his purpose for our lives,” he wrote. “You are my twin in every significant aspect of life. Your laugh is contagious and your tears touch the depths of my soul. We are one of a kind. As long as we continue to love, understand and respect each other, there is nothing on planet earth that can come between us and the love we have for each other. Now, let’s love live and travel.”
In the photos, the couple can be seen kissing and cuddling before boarding their private jet to return home. And of course, it didn’t take long for fans to offer their opinions in the comments section.
“Love really is a beautiful thing,” one person wrote. “I’d rather have it and be hated for it, than be lonely and miserable with [people] who can’t find it.”
Another follower commented, “Hey who am I to judge another person’s sins? Do you [until] Jesus comes.”
As fans well know, Simon was previously married to Falynn Guobadia — who was introduced as Porsha’s “friend” on the show. She recently spoke out about her ex-husband’s engagement to Porsha, claiming she doesn’t blame the mother-of-one for the end of their marriage.
“No one has that power over my life, my husband’s life and our marriage,” she said in an interview with Adan Newell from Up and Adam.
“Simon and I were the ones who are married to one another, we’re the ones who created a family together and built a life with one another,” she continued. “I blame the both of us. He’s to blame, I am to blame and that is all. Whatever came after that. I’m not saying it was right. I’m not saying it was wrong. But no. No one has that power besides Simon and I.”