August 26, 2020

See the New Close-Up Pic of Kandi Burruss' Adorable Baby That Is Making Fans' Hearts Melt

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Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker's baby daughter Blaze is such a precious little one! The baby girl seems to be getting cuter by the day and her fans are in awe.

Blaze Tucker is winning the cuteness game! The baby daughter of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" couple Todd Tucker and Kandi Burruss looks insanely adorable in a new photo. 

In the snapshot posted on the little girl's Instagram, she innocently looked ahead as her grandma held her. She donned a striped outfit with little pompoms on the sleeves. 

Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker attend the Indiana Pacers vs Atlanta Hawks game at State Farm Arena on January 04, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. | Source: Getty Images.



What really stood out in the picture was her big, twinkling eyes that intently looked at the camera. Blaze had inherited her mother's beauty.

Fans cannot wait to see how the baby girl will grow up to be. Many of them already think that she looks like her famous mother's twin. 


Blaze's eyes look lovely indeed, but her fans also had a hard time getting over those naturally pouty lips. They showered her with compliments in the comment section. 

Burruss and Tucker used IVF to conceive their son, Ace.

A fan's comment on Blaze Tucker's Instagram pic | Source: Instagram.com/blazetucker



The 9-month-old baby girl has amassed nearly 200 thousand followers on her Instagram. They love to see her grow up into a beautiful child

Burruss and her husband welcomed Blaze via surrogate last year on November 22, 2019. Although Hollywood is slowly normalizing the process of opting for surrogacy, the reality star faced some backlash for doing so. 


In fact, the backlash came from her own family rather than others. According to her, she had to deal with the feelings of guilt after talking to a family member about the surrogacy. 

Burruss opted for the method because her last pregnancy had not been the easiest one. She had had to deal with issues with delivery, too. So when the family member asked why she was not carrying the child by herself despite everything, she was deeply hurt. 



The reality star understands that people still have a hard time accepting that surrogacy is the best option for some mothers who cannot carry a child due to various reasons. 

Burruss and Tucker used IVF to conceive their son, Ace. The mother-of-three has always been open about her struggles with pregnancy and fertility.