'Married to Medicine' Season 6 Spoilers: Watch Dr. Simone's Husband Reveal Couple is Living Separately in Episode 2 Sneak Peek

'Married to Medicine' Season 6, Episode 2 Sneak Peek
The "Married to Medicine" logo is displayed in this NBCUniversal key art photo. Dr. Simone's husband reveals the couple is still living together in the upcoming episode on September 9, 2018. Courtesy of NBCUniversal

Despite facing a few rocky moments on the last season of Married to Medicine, Dr. Simone Whitmore and her husband Cecil Whitmore's marriage is in a much better spot on season six of the Bravo reality series. The only problem now is that the couple is still living separately.

In a sneak peek of Sunday's upcoming episode, Cecil reveals to some of the cast members' husbands he hasn't quite moved back into the main home he and Simone share in Atlanta. "So we doing counseling. We still got the whole separate kind of thing going a little bit. So I'm still on the south side, she's still on the north side," Cecil says in the clip.

His buddies are happy to hear that the couple is making progress in their relationship, but Dr. Eugene Harris, Toya Bush-Harris' husband, is concerned about why Cecil and Simone aren't back living together after spending the last four months apart. "Why haven't ya'll got to the point where ya'll are like at the same place?" Eugene asked. "Are we at least discussing that?"

Cecil assures the men that he and his wife are taking the right steps to be united as one again, but they don't want to start living together again until they fully work out their problems. "We are. It would be simple for me to just move on back to the crib and we still doing the same s**t and then we back at the same place," Cecil explained.

Eugene eventually agreed Cecil and Simone were doing the right thing by continuing to live apart. "I wouldn't want them to rush anything, because when you rush things you end up breaking it," he said in the clip.

Simone announced plans to divorce Cecil back during Season 5. Following a series of disputes and combative disagreements, the renowned OBGYN revealed she filed for divorce in October 2017. "I have reached a place where I am in a marriage where I do not feel loved and no sacrifices are being made for me to make me feel loved. I must move on," Simone said in an interview with The Daily Dish in January.

The couple reached a point of reconciliation on the MTM Season 5 reunion after the cast rallied for them to try harder to save their marriage.

Meanwhile on Episode 2, Dr. Jackie Walter's husband, Curtis Berry, was worried for another husband of the cast currently in the hot seat, Dr. Gregory Lunceford. Details of Greg's alleged affair were splashed all over the blogs during the season six premiere, and Quad Webb-Lunceford's husband has since been outcast from the group—even though the authenticity of his sexual encounter with the other woman, who blabbed about the affair to gossip website All About the Tea, has yet to be proven.

"I think Dr. G right now is probably feeling pretty lonely. I really sympathize with him because, again, not too long ago there were a lot of things said about me that wasn't true," Chris, who was at the epicenter of a messy cheating scandal last season, said. "So I would definitely support him and Quad as well in any way that I can."

Married to Medicine airs on Bravo on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET.