Kandi Burruss' Little Kids Ace and Blaze Tucker Spend Time with Their Grandma Joyce in a New Pic
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and mother-of-three is very close to her mother Joyce and she recently took to social media to pour some love on “grandma” and her children.
44-year-old singer, actress, and TV personality Kandi Burruss loves to see her beloved mother Joyce being a grandmother to her children, and in a recent social media post, Burruss celebrated her love for her family.
Taking to her Instagram feed, Burruss posted a snapshot of her mother in the company of her children, 4-year-old Ace, and 8-month-old Blaze. The three smiled at the camera with “grandma” holding Blaze in her arms.
“My hearts!” Burruss simply captioned the post, adding three red-heart emojis and mentioning her children’s and her mother’s own Instagram accounts.
The post was well-received by Burruss’ fans. Some of them took to the comments section of the post to share their impressions with the star.
BLAZE’S LATEST MILESTONE
Burruss is one to always count her blessings and she never misses an opportunity to celebrate her family. She did not even wait for Blaze to reach her first birthday to celebrate her as the latest addition to the family.
Blaze was born via surrogate in November 2019 and by the time she turned six months old in May 2020, her mother had a big celebration planned to mark the baby’s milestone.
Burruss took to Instagram to share an adorable video of her little bundle of joy in which Burruss held Blaze in her arms and screamed for joy as she reminded her fans that Blaze has turned six months old.
A SERIOUS CONVERSATION
But it is not fun and games for the mother-of-three. Recently, she had to sit down and have a difficult but urgent conversation with her son Ace, who, after having dressed up as a policeman for career day at school, was conflicted to hear so many stories about police brutality amid the aftermath of George Floyd’s death in police hands.
In an appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” Burruss shared a little about how her children are dealing with the racial tensions in the US today, and she recalled it with tears in her eyes.
“Isn’t that crazy to have to explain that to a 4-year-old? For you to be Black and have to worry about the police being the bad guys?” Burruss told host Andy Cohen about this difficult issue.
Ace’s father and Burruss’ husband Todd Tucker also referred to this episode, taking to his social media to share a snapshot of the pre-schooler in full policeman attire and trying to make sense of the recent tragic events.