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‘That’s What I’m Talking About’: Fans Rejoice as Porsha Williams Announces Baby Special

Porsha Williams recently welcomed her baby girl into the world, but in a month she and her fans will be able to relive her pregnancy through a newly announced special.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star on Thursday told fans on Instagram that they’ll be able to see her road to motherhood in “Porsha’s Having a Baby.” The spinoff “RHOA” special will air on Sunday, April 28, a week after the final part of the season 11 reunion.

“Ayeee 🤩👼🏽 You asked @BravoTv answered!! ‘Porsha’s Having A Baby’ Special Premieres April 28 Sun 8/7c After #Rhoa 3Part reunion! 🥳 I love you #TeamPorsha to the moon and back 🥺❤️ #DennisMckinley #PorshaWilliams #PilarJhena #PorshasHavingABaby,” Williams eagerly told her followers March 28.

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Porsha Williams (left) and Dennis McKinley (right) are first-time parents. (Photo: @porsha4real/Instagram)

The three-part special, according to Bravo, will chronicle how first-time parents Williams and fiancé Dennis McKinley balance blending their families as well as settling on a place to live. It’ll all lead up to the birth of the parent’s new baby girl, Pilar Jhena, who was born on March 22.

Fans responded with tons of excitement to the upcoming TV event.

“Yesss I figured it was going to be a show and that’s the only way we were going to be able see the baby.”

“I just so love you @porsha4real! God is so good! You have truly been blessed Queen 🥰 Congratulations again and may God continue to bless you ‼️”

“@porsha4real I can’t wait, soooo happy for you. God bless your family!!”

“Now that’s what I’m talking about @Porsha4real 🌹❤️”

The road to motherhood was not easy for Williams. After disclosing to People magazine in September that she was expecting, the star detailed her past struggle with a miscarriage.

“When I found out I was pregnant, I was excited [but] I had mixed feelings. The other feeling that I had beside excitement was fear,” she admitted. “I’ve had a miscarriage before in my past, which I’ve also been open about because I suffer with fibroids and had to have a myomectomy. So just the fear of, ‘Is the baby going to be okay? Will I make it full term?’ All those questions that you ask if you’ve had a miscarriage before.”

Aside from a brief hospitalization linked to uterine fibroids in November 2018, Williams’ pregnancy had been relatively smooth sailing. However, there have been some hiccups along the way. When planning her gender reveal party, her carnival theme threatened to become a cookout when the party planners failed to get a tent properly set up.

The results of the bash will air on this Sunday’s episode of “RHOA.”

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