Porsha Williams and Dennis McKinley celebrated their daughter Pilar's 6th month on earth through a fun-filled family brunch party on September 22.
Porsha, Dennis, and Pilar are one happy family, and they make sure to celebrate even the simplest milestones. On September 22, they hosted a family brunch party to commemorate Pilar's 6-month birthday, where the three of them dined at home.
Pilar Jhena turned 6-months old on September 22, causing her proud parents to celebrate the little milestone in their child's life.
On Instagram, she made sure to greet her baby girl a "happy 6th month birthday," expressing her love and pride for her daughter.
"Happy 6th Month Birthday Baby PJ! @pilarjhena Mommy & Daddy Love youuuuu! We are so proud of the baby you have become lol #brunchparty"
Dressed to impress for her big day, Pilar sported a peach-colored outfit from head-to-toe, which included adorable pom-pom pigtails, a peach tutu dress, and polka-dot socks. Meanwhile, Porsha donned a neon Balenciaga hoodie and matching shoes, and Dennis sported a teal hoodie and jeans for the occasion while holding up blocks that read "6 months."
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star celebrated little PJ's 6th month all while having to deal with her tax controversy. Earlier this week, Porsha had to silently pay off $268,000 in tax liens to the IRS and the State of Georgia, all for them not to take her to court and seize her assets.
Williams owed the IRS and the State of Georgia $268,370, and $27,846 respectively. Meanwhile, her fiance, Dennis McKinley, was also accused of not filing his federal taxes for the years 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, and 2017, amounting to $240,624 as well, causing him to pay up as well.
“Porsha employs professionals to handle her finances and was totally unaware of any issue related to money owed to the IRS. The bill has been settled — there are no outstanding debts.”
With all of these done, Porsha and Dennis can now focus on bringing up their gorgeous daughter, who is growing up quicker than they could've imagined.
August 11, 2019