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‘She So Cuddly’: Porsha Williams’ Fans Have a Field Day Over Baby PJ’s ‘Hamhock’ Thighs

It’s safe to say Porsha Willams‘ baby girl Pilar Jhena is giving social media all sorts of baby fever.

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star has been capturing all of her 3-month-old’s precious moments on camera, including the infant napping peacefully in her arms. Williams took to Instagram Friday afternoon and posted an image of herself holding baby PJ as the newborn soundlessly slept on her chest.

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Porsha Williams and her infant daughter Pilar Jhena. @weelovephotography @porsha4real/Instagram

Clearly basking in the joy of motherhood, Williams wrote via Instagram, “I can’t get enough of your love PJ ❤️,” tagging her daughter’s social account.

Fans boasted about how adorable the reality star’s daughter looked while lightheartedly poking fun at PJ’s baby thighs.

“What are you feeding her…those thighs!😂 ❤️ 😍 She’s just so pretty and juicy!!!”

“She is so stinking cute 😍😍 and she looks so cuddly. Look at those little chunky legs!”

“Too adorable! She ain’t gettin’ no mis-meal cramps that’s for sure!! Look at them little hamhocks 😊 awwww !!!”

“Baby build like her mama and gammy! She’s so beautiful! I just want to squeeze her!! 😩😍😍 look at her little chunky legs.”

March 22, Williams, 37, gave birth to her and “rumored” ex-fiance Dennis McKinley‘s first child together, welcoming their baby girl at 6lbs 15 oz.

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Pilar Jhena’ held by mom Porsha Williams. (Photo: @porsha4real/Instagram)

The television personality kept her pregnancy a secret throughout last summer and finally came clean about expanding her family in September 2018. The “Dish Nation” host had been on pins and needles about sharing her experience with the world, given her past miscarriage. Enduring one led her to have mixed emotions upon learning she was expecting.

“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 told People magazine last fall. “I’ve had a miscarriage before in my past … 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.”

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