Cynthia Bailey Got the "Best... Surprise Ever" from Daughter Noelle Robinson

It is not easy to surprise Cynthia Bailey. But on a sunny California day, her daughter Noelle Robinson did just that. And to her surprise, there was champagne and salami rosettes.
In a recent Instagram post, The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom gave a sneak peek at her Los Angeles Mother's Day celebration. The video showed a picnic Noelle arranged for her mother and grandmother in the park, and Cynthia called the Picnic Galore setup, "The cutest thing I've ever seen." She added, "This is the last thing I expected."
The picnic area for three people was covered with a small white teepee, pink balloons and cozy blankets. There was a bucket of mimosa-making materials and a beautiful sausage board in a pink box. Filled with meat, cheese, crackers and a honeycomb, the spread was covered with pink flowers and baby breath.
"I'm blown away," said Cynthia. "Best Mother's Day Ever." Meanwhile, Noelle's grandmother Barbara Morris said, "I never expected anything like this." And there were even more surprises: After eating outdoors, the trio went to the Artha Spa for float therapy and facials.
"Seriously Best Mother's Day Surprise Ever!" Cynthia wrote on Instagram. “I'm the worst person to surprise because [I] am a control freak and [I] would like to know what's going on anytime. The thoughtfulness, time, and dedication it took my daughter to create this makes my heart melt. I love you Noelle. I will never forget this beautiful moment. "
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