Todd Tucker recently posted a photo with his mini-me daughter, Blaze, whom he shares with Kandi Burruss -- and fans are noticing their resemblance.
Todd Tucker recently took an adorable selfie with his daughter, Blaze who had a straight face on like her father.
Several fans of Tucker noticed that Blaze is the perfect mix of her dad and mom, Kandi Burruss. "She looks like you and Kandi," one comment read.
WELCOMING BABY BLAZE
Baby Blaze entered her parents' lives on November 22, 2019, weighing 8 lbs and 1 oz. Burruss immediately took to Instagram to share the good news. She said:
"Our little angel is doing well! She's gonna Blaze a path to greatness! @blazetucker is our newest heartbeat."
Blaze is the reality star's second child with her husband, joining their toddler, Ace. Burruss also has a teenage daughter, Riley, whom she shares with her former partner, Russell Spencer.
Ace was conceived through IVF but his mom's pregnancy was high at risk, which is why the couple considered surrogacy for their next child.
Tucker explained to his little boy, Ace, what was happening in the world and how black culture impacts how the police treat black men and women.
Burruss contacted Andy Cohen, who recently had a son through a surrogate, to know more about the process until she was fully decided.
RAISING A BLENDED FAMILY
Like his wife, Tucker also has a child from a previous relationship, Kaela. After tying the knot in 2014, the couple decided to raise their blended family.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star previously revealed that she and her husband sometimes argue over raising Kaela as she is more lenient than he is.
Todd Tucker and Kandi Burruss attend the 2019 WIFTA Gala at the Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia on November 9, 2019 | Source: Getty Images
TALKING ABOUT POLICE BRUTALITY
Recently, Burruss shared that she has talked to her children about police brutality following the death of George Floyd.
Tucker explained to his little boy, Ace, what was happening in the world and how Black culture impacts how the police treat Black men and women.
Ace, who was dressed as a policeman for his career day, became emotional and teared up after their conversation.