Kandi Burruss Pays Tribute to Her Husband on Father's Day & Shares Group Photos of Their 'Blended Tribe'
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss celebrated her beloved "king" husband, Todd Tucker, in a loving post and shared some heartwarming family snaps of their beautiful blended family.
Burruss shared some lovely family snaps of Tucker and their kids enjoying their time together. In the caption, she called him her king and joked about him being their kids' "daddy daycare."
NOTHING BUT LOVE AND GRATITUDE
Thank you for being such an awesome father to our blended tribe.
Both Burruss and Tucker have one child each from their previous relationships. While Burruss is the step-mom to Tucker's daughter Kaela, Tucker is the step-dad to her daughter Riley.
Riley is the daughter of the Burruss and her ex, Russell Spencer. In an interview with "E! News," the reality star once revealed that Spencer was never involved in raising their daughter.
"We would hear from him for a little while then you wouldn't hear from him again for like a year or two years then he'll [sic] call again."
Back then, she said that her daughter Riley was old enough to decide whether she wanted to have a relationship with her biological dad or not.
Now, Burruss and her husband are living their fairytale life. Last year, the couple had their second biological child together, an adorable baby girl named Blaze.
A STRONG COUPLE
The little one was born via surrogate on November 22, 2019. Burruss and her husband were expecting twins but sadly, one of the embryos was lost. Their surrogacy journey was documented on the 12th season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
Two kids and six years of marriage later, the couple is still going strong. They celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary back in April at home amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Their backyard party involved lemon cakes and Burruss' famous pound cake that they enjoyed during a pool party. Todd shared in a video that they had a barbecue as well. Talk about a wholesome party.
Since the couple was quarantining, they couldn't invite many guests and made safety their priority by inviting their family who lives close to them only.
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