It's been a rocky road for Porsha Williams and Dennis McKinley.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta couple had a whirlwind 2018 that included a pregnancy announcement and an engagement. Things took a turn for the heartbreaking in 2019, however, when the pair broke up following the bombshell news that McKinley had cheated on Williams while she was pregnant with their daughterPilar Jhena, 9 months. (McKinley's infidelity was revealed on the Bravo reality staple.)

The couple called it quits in June, but were back together by August. And now, Williams has confirmed that they are, indeed, re-engaged.

In a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live, the reality star told host Andy Cohen, "We're still working it out. We really are. We are re-engaged."

"We are working on our family," the 38-year-old added. Then, Cohen—who had just played a recap video of the cheating drama that unfolded on the show—asked Williams the all-important question. As he said, "Do you trust him?"

Williams' answer was not a yes. As she revealed, "We're working on our family. It takes time. I love him, and he loves me. And we're doing what's best for our family."

As the star added, "That's really all you can do."

While Williams seemed confident in her response to Cohen, she did make it clear that rebuilding the trust with her fiancé will be an ongoing journey.

As the Real Housewives executive producer said, "You're working on the trust." Williams responded, "Absolutely. Yeah, you have to have trust."

On a lighter note, a fan later asked the reality star if she and McKinley know when their wedding will go down. "Not yet, but it will be next year," she revealed. "But we don't have a set date yet."

She also confirmed that her engagement ring, which fans noticed she started wearing again when she and McKinley got back together this summer, is the same ring he originally proposed with and then demanded she give back.

"Yes, the same ring," Williams admitted, adding with a laugh, "And that was shady, but yes."

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