How The RHOP Cast Really Feels About Mia Thornton's Husband Gordon

The ladies of "The Real Housewives of Potomac" shared how they really feel about their co-star Mia Thornton's husband, Gordon Thornton, and they did not hold back. 

The ladies shared their unfiltered opinions of Gordon during "The Real Housewives of Potomac After Show," shortly after viewers witnessed Gordon's wild side during a couple's trip to Maryland's Eastern Shore that was featured on the show's sixth season. Longtime cast member Karen Huger said that Gordon reminded her of her own husband, Ray Huger. "I love everything about Gordon. I can handle Gordon," Karen commented (via Bravo), adding that Mia's husband is "a force to be reckoned with." 

Elsewhere, "The Real Housewives of Potomac" star Wendy Osefo said that during the cast trip it was clear that Gordon had "let his hair down," adding, "Gordon is out here just living his best life and I'm not mad at it." However, Osefo did also note that Gordon was very "different" from what Mia had presented.

Candiace Dillard had some strong opinions about Gordon

Sharing her own thought's on Mia's husband during "The Real Housewives of Potomac After Show" (via Bravo), Candiace Dillard echoed Osefo's opinion that Gordon was very different from how her castmate had previously described him to the group, saying, "Going off of the way that Mia describes him, I know now that you can't take anything that Mia says at face value because she's probably lying or embellishing. So, why would we expect it to be any different when she's describing her husband?"

According to Screenrant, Mia and Gordon Thornton tied the knot in 2012 and have two children together, son Jeremiah and daughter Juju. Prior to his marriage to Mia, Gordon had children and grandchildren from previous relationships. Speaking to E! News, Mia previously opened up about the pair's blended families. "Gordon is 32 years older than I and we do have grandbabies ... We have four beautiful grandbabies. Two are adults moving into the college world, and two are in grade school."