It seems Todd Tucker‘s fans believe his daughter Blaze Tucker is his carbon copy.
The father of three hopped over to Instagram on Sunday, Aug. 30, with an adorable selfie of himself and his 9-month-old daughter apparently at home relaxing. He wrote in his caption, “Me and @blazetucker watching Basketball.”
In the snap, Tucker was holding baby Blaze in his arms and feeding her from a bottle. The infant gazed into the camera as her father smiled and snapped a selfie.
IG users compared Tucker and Blaze’s big brown eyes, jet black hair and facial structures and instantly deemed the baby Tucker’s twin.
“Blaze starting to look like her daddy ❤️❤️,” a fan wrote. Another one commented, “Todd you had the baby all by yourself. She is your twim👊🤞👏🙏.”
Someone else said, “Blaze girl you are growing so fast!! Pretty baby!!! Sending you hugs from Memphis!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Todd hang in there! You’re gonna need your big guns one day, you got a heart breaker on your hands. She looks just like you Todd!”
A different admirer claimed Blaze resembled Tucker’s wife Kandi Burruss and wrote, “Aw she’s cute she look just like kandi.”
The happily married couple shared the news via Instagram and Burruss wrote on Nov. 23, “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.”
Blaze has become the baby sister to her three siblings Kaela Tucker, 23, Riley Burruss, 18, and Ace Tucker, 4.
In September, Kandi and Todd both confirmed they were expecting another child. Burruss’ surrogacy journey had been documented on season 12 of “RHOA.” During the season premiere in November, the Xscape singer 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,” Burruss explained. She added, “I was sad at first, but then I just had to be grateful that the one made it.”