It seems “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss couldn’t be happier in her role as a new mother.
It was just a month ago when the mother of three revealed her first family photo of her now nearly 7-week-old daughter Blaze Tucker. Now the mother and daughter are posing for a sweet photo of just the two of them.
On Wednesday, Burruss took to Instagram and shared a darling photo of herself holding baby Blaze in her arms. The image captured the “RHOA” actress flashing a huge smile across her face and the infant staring into the camera.
Burruss captioned her post, “I love my little doll baby @blazetucker ❤️”
Over 195,000 fans threw fits of glee over the sweet post.
“Kandi, your sweet MIL has been reincarnated through this bundle of joy. She looks just like her grandmother. 😊❤️🙏🏽”
“Aww CoCo Chocolate Cute! She’s such a cutie pie 🥰 and giving me baby fever!!! God bless her and your family”
“She is so beautiful a precious gift from God. What a doll! So sweet”
“She. Is. Sweet. So stinking cute with that little nose! She look like you,she pretty Kandi.🔥”
Burruss and her husband Todd Tucker welcomed baby Blaze to their blended family on Nov. 22 via surrogate.
The “RHOA” star wrote in a sweet post, “Our little angel is doing well! She was born yesterday 11-22-19 at 6:54pm. 8lbs & 1oz! Her name is Blaze Tucker. Thank you to everyone for the love & well wishes! She’s gonna Blaze a path to greatness! @blazetucker is our newest heartbeat.”
The infant has become the baby sister to her three siblings Kaela Tucker, 22, Riley Burruss, 17, and Ace Tucker, 3.
In September, Kandi and Todd both confirmed they were expecting another child, and her surrogacy journey had been documented on season 12. During the “RHOA” season premiere in November, the Xscape member revealed that her surrogate initially was pregnant with twins, but one of the embryos was lost.
“We actually was supposed to be having twins, and then one of them didn’t continue,” she explained, adding, “I was sad at first, but then I just had to be grateful that the one made it.”