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‘Cutie Patootie’: Porsha Williams’ Daughter Serves Up Smiles in Adorable Photo

There is no denying that the light of Porsha Williams life is her almost-1-year-old daughter Pilar Jhena’ McKinley.

The first-time mother often posts photos and videos of the smiling baby to social media, each time leaving hearts fluttering over the cuteness overload.

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Porsha Williams’ daughter Pilar Jhena’ is all smiles. @porsha4real/Instagram

In a recent photo, McKinley is rocking a white turban with just a puff of curly bangs, a pink shirt and the most important accessory: her cheeky smile. As per usual, fans were smitten by PJ.

“Cutie patootie 😊”

“She’s a babydoll ❤️”

“Oh mai gawd she is tooo stink-in cute!! 😍😍😍”

Williams captioned the photo “All I need ❤️ .” She and fiancé Dennis McKinley welcomed the bouncing bundle of joy in March 2019.

One thing fans have consistently agreed upon is that the baby is a sight for sore eyes, altough it is often debated which parent PJ most resembles.

“Looking just like mommy 😍😍😍”

“She’s her dads twin ❤️❤️”

“A perfect mix of mommy & daddy 🥰”

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star’s relationship has been put through the fire in recent months following a cheating scandal involving McKinley. After deciding to work through their issues, the couple reconnected and have allowed cameras to roll on the ups and downs of healing.

Although Williams is working past the infidelity, fans have been slow to move on, often telling Williams to forward cautiously as it seems she’s full steam ahead.

The couple recently shared photos of a “baecation” in Jamaica with their coupled friends, proving their love is indeed still going strong.

They even celebrated a first for McKinley, snorkeling. She captioned photos and video of the moment “I’m so proud of Dennis he totally conquered his fear of being submerged in water. #ProudWifey.”

Fans can hope they keep this same in love and happy energy moving forward in 2020, especially with their upcoming nuptials and desire to have another child.

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