April 05, 2020
Kandi Burruss' husband recently shared an adorable picture of himself and daughter Blaze. The photo captured father and daughter having a special moment — one for the photo albums.
With the coronavirus pandemic ravaging several cities across the world, many celebrities are now making use of the extended stay at home, to spend more time with their families and bond with their kids.
Kandi Burruss's husband, Todd Tucker, is also making good use of the self-isolating period to spend more time with his kids. The proud father shared a picture he took with his four-month-old daughter, Blaze Tucker.
In the picture, the father and daughter made an adorable pair as they both looked into each other's eyes in a way that makes it seemed as if they are in a quiet conversation.
The sweet picture has gained so many reactions from fans of the reality TV star, as they flooded his comment section with words of admiration. Meanwhile, Todd accompanied his post with the caption:
"Me and @blazetucker, just having a father-daughter talk!"
Baby blaze, who was all smiles in the picture, was born on November 22, 2019, via surrogate. The little angel is the couple's second child, and her birth has brought the family even closer.
Kandi and her husband Todd decided surrogacy was the best and safest option to carry their child, due to a history of delivery complications.
The lovebirds are successful entrepreneurs who are incredibly supportive of each other's goals.
The couple has been very appreciative of their surrogate, Shadina Blunt, and OB-GYN Dr. Jackie Walters, who they claim made the process effortless and without any hitch.
In a recent video, RHOA star Kandi Burruss talked about how a family member judged her after she first found out Burruss would be using a surrogate to carry her child. The reality TV star said:
"...they just kind of text me when they first found out that I was thinking about a surrogate..."
Burruss revealed that the family member hurt her, but she doesn't think she intentionally set out to hurt her feelings, with her comments about the surrogate.
The lovebirds are successful entrepreneurs who are incredibly supportive of each other's goals and ambitions, so it won't be a surprise to see one of their kids follow in their footsteps to become a future boss.
Todd and Burruss got married in 2014, and together they have two children, but they also have daughters from their past relationship, making them have a blended family of four kids.