Porsha Williams’ Fans Praise Her For ‘Helping Out Your Own’ When She Revealed She Left Her Home To Her Mother

Porsha Williams announced on Jan. 5 that she will be leaving her Duluth house.

Porsha Williams announced on Jan. 5 that she will be leaving her Duluth house.

The $1.15 million home was first purchased by the reality star in 2016. The 5,920 square-foot home boasts five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, five fireplaces, “top of the line” appliances, and is even part of a golf community, according to Realtor.com.

Besides moving out, Williams revealed in the caption of her Instagram photo, which included an image of her old property, that she is giving the mansion to her mother Diane Williams. “New beginning!” she wrote. Congratulations, mama @msdianeofficial, on your move. You can now move all of the stuff around and decorate it whatever you want lol.”

The “Porsha Family Matters” actress went on to say how wonderful it was to give her mother her former house. You know Fabulous Momma Diane is about to show out if you know her!! Being able to accomplish something like this is such a blessing!! God is so amazing!! ”

Williams and her fiancé Simon Guobadia were filmed shopping for a perfect home on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” spinoff before to her formal moving announcement.

Many followers praised Williams for her wonderful gesture as they began to view her upload.

“That is a blessing that you can do that for your mom. I wish I could do like that for my mom. At least you get to keep it in the family.”

“That’s right before it’s all over make sure EVERYBODY straight.”

“This is beautiful Porsha! I just love you and your mother’s relationship. What a blessing!”

“That’s how you help out your own! Love this energy for 2022.”

“That’s right keep the home in the family. Generational wealth.”

Additional details surrounding Williams’ new home have not been provided.

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