'I asked the person to marry his partner. And he accepted. And now they're getting married," Parks tells PEOPLE
Phaedra Parks nearly added "ordained minister" to her roster of talents!
The Married to Medicine star, who is also an attorney and mortician, got a special request to marry two of her fans after she played a big part in their sweet marriage proposal.
"I love people who love me and I hate to call fans fans — I just believe we are all humans and we, you know, everyone puts on their pants one leg at a time," Parks, 49, tells PEOPLE.
"But some very wonderful admirers of mine asked me to come and officiate their wedding,"The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum says of grooms-to-be David Ramdeen and Taylor Rust, who got engaged on Oahu with some virtual help from Parks. Although Parks had planned to travel to Greece to marry the couple, she ultimately couldn't make the trip due to work obligations.
Parks says she wanted to help counsel the couple prior to them saying 'I Do.'
"Because marriage is a journey," she adds. "And it's not always a good journey. It's ups and downs. Highs and lows and ebbs and flows. So you've gotta definitely make sure you're prepared and you're basically committed to it. Not to pressure them, but it is a commitment."
Per Ramdeen and Rust's wedding site, the duo are set to exchange vows in Santorini on Oct. 2.
"In this classic modern love story, it all began with a lovely app called Tinder," the page reads.
"As we plan for this exciting moment in a far off destination, it is our hope that you all enjoy the quality time and love with friends and family that we cherish," the text continues. "Put your fancy pants on, grab a cocktail, and let’s get to creating some memories."
Parks shares that the couple originally reached out via Cameo.
"I did the engagement for them. I did the proposal. I asked the person to marry his partner. And he accepted. And now they're getting married," she says of the future husbands.
"I do believe love is love," Parks added.
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"And so I told them to keep in touch 'cause I wanted to know about it. I gave them my cell number. They followed me [on social media]. I followed them back. And so we talk and I've sent them Christmas cards," Parks laughs.
"Well, we call 'em holiday cards because I have friends from every faith. We do holiday cards. We always do a little prayer and you know, for people just to wish them great things, good energy and all that stuff."
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