Kandi Burruss' Daughter Riley Makes It onto Her School's Honor Roll (Photos)

Monica Otayza
May 18, 2019
12:02 A.M.
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Kandi Burruss is one proud mother after her eldest daughter, Riley, joined the honor roll this year. The happy family attended her honors dinner in school looking very sharp.


Riley Burruss is growing up way too fast, experiencing one milestone after the other. Her most recent one, though, is being a part of her school's honor roll which made her mom so proud.

While Kandi was happy that her daughter made it to the honors roll, she decided to make a subtle remark towards the outstanding students of Riley's school, as 80% of the 11th graders actually made it to the honor roll.

Dressed to Kill

Whatever the occasion, you can expect the Burruss-Tucker family to slay. That meant even for an honor roll dinner, they dressed up in their best outfits. Little Ace Wells Tucker wore an adorable mini bowtie, patriarch Todd Tucker wore a suit, and Kandi wore printed pants, a white top, and a black blazer, which made her look chic.


However, the crowd favorite was Riley's outfit. While she wore a simple black dress, what made her entire look was the Louis Vuitton trench coat that she wore on top of it. People praised the family for their outfits and for the achievement that Riley just accomplished, saying:

"adizthebam: Great school. That's really dope."

"dayna.adelle: Ace is straight up modeling in that first pic!"

"iamtanishathomas: Gracious queens and Two kings. She's so awesome love the way she carries herself."


With their great genes and collective milestones as a family, Kandi has been eager to have more children.

On being a mother again

In February 2019, Kandi opened up about becoming a mother again on "Busy Tonight" with Busy Philipps. The 42-year-old was moved to tears as she recounted the time she sought advice from new dad Andy Cohen on the topic.


“I said something about, ‘Well I guess I’m going to have a baby mama,' and he said to me, ‘Don’t you ever say that, because you are a mother, and to say she’s your baby mama is taking it away from you.'”

Kandi has been struggling with infertility for years, having surgeries for fibroids, benign lumps and tumors, and a lot more. For her, surrogacy was the best option.

Cohen reassured her that while it's not her carrying the child, it's still 100% her baby, and that's all that matters.