Fans Can’t Believe How Much Kandi Burruss’ Son Ace Looks Like Blue Ivy in This Close Up Photo

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Kandi Burruss‘ 3-year-old son Ace Tucker seems to resemble 7-year-old Blue Ivy Carter in the eyes of fans.

Folks pointed the child stars’ similar features in a recent post of Burruss. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star took to Instagram on Thursday night and shared a photo of her toddler, who appeared to wear a detached expression.

“My @acewellstucker!” Burruss wrote in her caption.

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Ace Tucker (left) and Blue Ivy Carter (right). (Photos: @kandi & @ivy_leaguez)

Fans immediately bombarded the image of little Ace with comments comparing him with Blue Ivy. Several pointed out the child stars’ similar noses, eyes and mane of curly.

“So adorable 😍 ! Reminds me of baby Blu Ivy!” one fan exclaimed.

Another added, “He and #BlueIvy got the same *heur and nose. Too cute💙. He can do some modeling Kandi, ever thought about it. Look at that face 👍🏽.”

A third fan commented, “Ace is not with this pic LOL!! He has Blue Ivy’s entire face😍.”

Burruss welcomed little Ace into the world in January 2016 with her husband, former “RHOA” producer Todd Tucker. Each parent has a teenage daughter from a prior relationship, but Ace was their first child together.

The 42-year-old mother of two told fans in November 2018 during a “RHOA” season 10 episode that she and her husband were exploring the possibility of expanding their family through surrogacy.

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Kandi Burrus, Ace, and Todd Tucke.r (photo: Instagram)

Burruss has said that during her pregnancy with Ace she had a few surgeries to remove fibroids, which are benign lumps that can cause complications with conception.

“[I had] a couple of scares during my pregnancy with Ace,” she said on the show. “I was a high risk and I did have bleeding a few times. So my womb is just, it’s not the best place to have a healthy pregnancy with no issues.” She added that surrogacy would be “a great option.”

There’s been no further news about whether Burruss and Tucker have moved forward with the surrogacy process, but she did tell “The Daily Dish” in November that she and her husband were “nervous” about the process.

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