Kandi Burruss' Husband Todd Tucker and Son Ace Chill Together in Quarantine
Todd Tucker, the husband of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss, shared a cute picture on his Instagram page, showing him chilling with his son, Ace, in quarantine.
The coronavirus pandemic may have led to a lockdown in most cities in the world, but it has also led to a greater bonding time among families, and lovers, with them having more time to spend with one another.
The quarantine has afforded Todd Tucker, husband to Kandi Burruss of "RHOA" fame ample time to spend with their 4-year-old son, Ace Wells, and he shared their moment with his Instagram followers.
Kandi Burruss visits SiriusXM Studios on March 18, 2019 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
In a recent post, the proud father shared a picture of himself and Ace, all smiles while chilling together at home. Todd looked casual, wearing a black face cap, and a white singlet.
Ace, on the other hand, wore a light blue "Batman" t-shirt and smiled happily as he cuddled with his father, and flaunted his curly hair. In the caption to the post, Todd Tucker wrote:
"Just a couple of best friends chilling."
Kandi and Todd have been married since 2014, and share two kids, Todd and his sister, Blaze, who was born via surrogate in November last year. Kandi also has a daughter, Riley Burruss, from a previous relationship.
Their union is, however, not in the best of times, with them struggling at the moment. Their fans have watched their marriage unfold in the current season of "RHOA."
The proud father, however, said that despite his zeal for supporting her dreams, he would like for Kandi to be more present with her family.
In a highlight of the show's newest episode, Todd admitted to being unhappy about the state of their marriage, adding that he wasn't able to do the things he is most passionate about.
Kandi Burruss was also heard telling her husband that they are starting a trucking company, and she doesn't want to be a trucker. She also reminded him that she supported his vision of producing a film.
The 43-year-old also added that it wasn't her fault that the film production didn't work out at the end. The conversation continued with Todd telling Kandi that he didn't mind supporting her endeavors.
The proud father, however, said that despite his zeal for supporting her dreams, he would like for Kandi to be more present with her family. The couple settled their argument, apologized and hugged one another passionately.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected a lot of television shows and reunions, including "RHOA." The current season of the show is still not over, with a good number of episodes yet to show.
However, it is the "RHOA Reunion," scheduled to come after the season finale that is presently at risk, with show creator, Andy Cohen, putting a stop to filming amid the pandemic.
There were also doubts as to whether the reunion would still hold, but Kandi Burruss calmed the nerves of worried fans by revealing on an Instagram Live video that the reunion show would be held online this time around.