Kandi Burruss from RHOA Flaunts Curvaceous Figure in White Off-Shoulder Mini Dress in Pics with Husband Todd at the 2019 PCAs
Posting severally on her Instagram page, Burruss shared photos of her stunning figure in a close-fitting mini white dress while she was in attendance at the 2019 "People's Choice Awards."
Kandi, 43, complemented the sexy low-bodice dress with a simple necklace and a pair of gold strap heels sandals. She completed the look with a pink flirty makeup with her black hair worn in a blunt cut style.
In attendance with the gorgeous celebrity was her partner, Todd Tucker, who equally looked dashing in a royal blue suit.
BRAVO TV made it known that the star's hair was groomed by hairstylist, Alexander Armand while Kristen Bernard dolled Burruss up in the pink flirty makeup.
According to INQUISITR, Burruss's remarkable dress was a design from "House of CB" while she rocked shoes from Christain Louboutin. Fans in the comment session cheered the showbiz practitioner for her dazzling look.
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Burruss, who is a longtime cast on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," was said to be the highest-paid cast member on the show after fellow star, Kenya Moore mentioned in an interview.
Kandi is an expert at glamming up as Hollywood Life reports how the star looked enchanting in a white form-fitting floor-length dress which she wore at the opening shot for the twelfth season of "RHOA."
When it comes to her body, Kandi shows that she is comfortable in her skin and always ready to show her generous curves.
“We actually was supposed to be having twins, and then one of them didn’t continue, I was sad at first, but then I just had to be grateful that the one made it.”
Kandi opted for surrogacy after she experienced a high-risk pregnancy while carrying Ace, her now three-year-old son.
Speaking on how she felt about surrogacy, Burruss said:
"To allow somebody to carry my child inside of them? It was a tough decision to make. She added, "You have this guilt [and] sadness, So it’s a joyous, yet interesting experience.”
Burruss went on to add that her surrogate is due to give birth this November