The coronavirus pandemic has created some problems for many couples, but it appears “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey faced some intimacy issues during her time quarantining with her fiancé Mike Hill.

The couple, who got engaged 14 months after they began dating, has been quarantining with Cynthia’s daughter Noelle Robinson, and Mike’s two daughters, Ashlée and Kayla Hill.

However, being intimate under the same roof as their children has become a challenge for the couple. “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,” Cynthia admitted on Us Weekly’s “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast.

“I was constantly doing the walk of shame in our house,” she continued.

Although the pair spent the first half of the quarantine in Los Angeles at Hill’s home, they have since relocated to her residence in Georgia also known as “Lake Bailey,” where they have all the privacy that they need.

“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,” she revealed.

She added, “Sex is great right now.”

“RHOA” Season 13 is currently filming with strict COVID-19 safety regulations in place. Since filming began in July, the cast is required to have their temperatures checked before shooting and anyone who has a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher, or shows any signs of COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to film.

A majority of the filming this season is expected to take place in the cast members' homes, rather than at packed events like previous seasons.

Bravo has not announced an official premiere date for the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” Season 13.

Cynthia Bailey
Cynthia Bailey stars in “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Season 12. Bravo/Tommy Garcia