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Porsha Williams' 8-Month-Old Daughter Pilar Jhena Rocks Adorable Pigtails for Her First Thanksgiving

Mary Scott
Dec 03, 2019
07:30 A.M.
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Porsha Williams' daughter, Pilar Jhena McKinley, celebrated her first Thanksgiving last week, and she did so in style, rocking adorable pigtails and a designer outfit. The eight-month-old also posed for photos with mommy and daddy.

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Porsha is still recovering from foot surgery, but the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star didn't let that stop her from going all out for her baby's first-ever Thanksgiving celebration.

Porsha Williams at the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 18, 2016 in California | Photo: Getty Images

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In a family picture she shared via Instagram last week, Porsha held on to her daughter, fondly called PJ, while her fiancé, Dennis McKinley, stood behind, smiling.

Porsha seems to have put the incident behind her, however, because she's been sharing family photos ever since.

A second photo showed PJ giggling while Dennis draped an arm around Porsha. All three rocked Versace outfits, with PJ's being a black-and-white hoodie and pants set.

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The adorable tot also had on striped socks, but what we couldn't help noticing were the yellow bows adorning her cute, tiny pigtails.

Porsha, 38, wished fans a Happy Thanksgiving on behalf of her "family" and would later share a series of photos and videos showing how they spent the holiday in their home.

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HOW THE DAY WENT

From the reality star's extensive social media footage, it appeared Thanksgiving involved family, friends, food, and fun. She shared pictures of herself taking a selfie with PJ, who was later seen cruising around in her walker.

In a lengthy caption, Porsha also revealed that she didn't let a recovering foot come in the way of giving her daughter a memorable first Thanksgiving.

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In her words:

"This time last year I was pregnant and struggled cooking with mom and this year I have a broken foot but there was no way I was gonna not make her first turkey day special with a home cooked meal!! PJ didn’t like soul food but she had a ball with friends and fam. Chunks rolled around all Night in her walker while I was on my scooter."

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RELATIONSHIP TROUBLES

PJ's first Thanksgiving comes a few months after her parents reconciled. Porsha and Dennis welcomed their child in March, and by June, the pair had broken up amid reports that the latter cheated.

Porsha revealed during the current season of RHOA that her fiancé confessed to cheating on her while she was pregnant with PJ. She and Dennis went through a rough patch, but by August, it appeared they were back together.

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PORSHA VS. LONI

Recently, Porsha fired back after co-host Loni Love implied during an episode of the daytime talk show "The Real," that she took Dennis back because of the possibility of getting a reality show.

"[Expletive] you! [Expletive] don’t run up smiling when I see you!" Porsha wrote alongside an Instagram clip of Loni making the statement during the episode. The clip has since been deleted.

Porsha seems to have put the incident behind her, however, because she's been sharing family photos ever since. One such snapshot showed her and PJ hanging out with Dennis at his Atlanta restaurant.

It looks like Porsha is serious about making a family with Dennis, and who knows, wedding bells may be ringing in the nearest future.

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