March 25, 2019
Congratulations to the Mckinleys. Porsha Williams just experienced the enormous joy of being a mother for the first time. "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star and her fiancé welcomed their newborn daughter into the world, and together they revealed the name of their cute angel.
This is the trending news concerning the Real Housewives of Atlanta star who gave birth to a baby girl on Friday, March 22. The baby was born at 1.36 pm and weighed six lbs, 15 oz.
So thrilled to be parents, they took to their Instagram pages to announce the little one's arrival.
Porsha’s fiancé and father of her newborn daughter, Dennis Mckinley happily announced his daughter’s arrival to PEOPLE. He said:
“what a time to be alive! Porsha and I are so happy and blessed to announce the arrival of our daughter, Baby PJ.”
PJ, on the other hand, refers to the baby’s name, Pilar Jhena. The host of Dish Nation went on to thank everyone who joined him and Porsha on their journey (Porsha previously had a miscarriage.)
37-year-old Porsha revealed in September last year that she suffered a miscarriage when she was 31 years. Hence, when she found out she was pregnant with PJ, it was a mixture of excitement and fear. As for Mckinley, he only discovered his fiancé was pregnant on his 42nd birthday. The detail was kept a secret for long because the reality TV star wanted to be very sure, and when she finally told him, he was joyous and over the moon.
The lovebirds finally announced that they were expecting a baby in September, followed by the announcement of their engagements. The couple celebrated every milestone in Porsha’s pregnancy and announced the sex of their baby on Instagram in October. We can well say that Williams is living her dream as she had always wanted to be a mother and share her home with the love of her life. Thankfully now, she has both.
Baby PJ was born healthy and robust much to her parent’s joy. She entered the world via a Caesarian section operation, and the joy of her mother knew no bounds when she finally arrived.