Kandi Burruss' daughter Blaze won the hearts of fans in a sweet video of the baby playing with her big brother and showing off some cute facial expressions
Kandi Burruss is a singer and TV personality who has a successful career and an army of fans. These fans were blown away by her youngest daughter's cuteness in a precious video shared by her husband, Todd Tucker on Instagram.
The clip captured Blaze having fun with her older brother, Ace in a playpen. The TV could be heard playing in the background as well as Tucker's voice as he spoke to the little girl and received the cutest responses in baby talk.
Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker at the premiere of Apple TV+'s "Truth Be Told" at AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater on November 11, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Blaze wore a diaper while Ace sported a matching grey top and trousers. In the caption, the proud father wrote about the bond between the siblings and how well Ace plays the big brother role. In Todd's words it read:
"@acetucker is the best Big Bro! He gets turnt up with his lil sis."
The video received lots of love from fans who gushed over the siblings in the comment section and many couldn't get enough of Blaze's charm. Some of the commenters also affirmed the father-of-three's comment.
[Burruss] showed her appreciation on Instagram in a touching message to her doctor and surrogate for safely bringing her daughter, Blaze to the world.
Earlier in June, Tucker took to Instagram on Father's Day to share an important message with the world where he implored people to raise their voices against racism and make changes in their communities.
The father also indicated that he planned on creating job opportunities for people in his community and urged others to do their part to stop racism. The 47-year-old and the "Real Housewives Of Atlanta" star said their vows in 2014 and his wife shared her happiness with fans on social media with a special message.
The Grammy-winner took to Facebook with a friendly reminder to never quit on love. According to the "Fly Above" singer, she didn't find love but it found her because she was open to love.
Last year in November, the singer showed her appreciation on Instagram in a touching message to her doctor and surrogate for safely bringing her daughter, Blaze to the world.
Burruss initially had mixed feelings about her inability to carry her child and the surrogacy process. But the 44-year-old eventually developed a close relationship with her surrogate, Shadina, and even shared the video of the delivery on YouTube.