Porsha Williams' Daughter Pilar Jhena Hides from Camera and Refuses to Pose with Mom in a Video
'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star Porsha Williams shared a hilarious video with her daughter refusing to pose for a photo with her.
While Porsha Williams was promoting her Instagram Live session with Georgia State Representative, Erica Thomas, her announcement didn't go as planned when she involved her daughter, Pilar Jhena McKinley.
Porsha struggled to keep her fidgeting toddler in place as Pilar refused to pose for a picture. In her caption, Porsha joked, "this is why you hardly see mommy and me pictures from us!'
The delightful mother-daughter moment had many fans commenting with laughing face emojis. One person teased, "PJ wants nothing to do with the Gram today."
"She said not today, mommy, not today," joked one person as they tried to interpret the toddler's frustration. While some people thought Pilar's behaviour might have been because she needed a nap, one fan just adored their bond.
During a very candid interview with Andy Cohen, she admitted that looking back on her relationship with fiancé, Dennis McKinley's cheating scandal while she was pregnant, it made her feel like they might have rushed into things.
Porsha told Andy that she was optimistic about a future with the father of her child. When asked about her wedding, she revealed that they were not in a rush to walk down the aisle.
Porsha said that they were not in a rush to get married because she is comfortable with their current arrangement. She explained that they are living together, which makes her happy.
The reality star added that she is wearing her engagement ring, and they are building a strong relationship.
While keeping the exact details of her wedding to herself, Porsha told Andy that the COVID-19 pandemic had put a lot of uncertainty of her future wedding plans.
She revealed that she would like to tie the knot on New Years and was looking towards this year or the following year.
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