Porsha Williams shares pic of adorable baby girl after revealing she has 'baby fever'

Jul 20, 2018
01:42 P.M.
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The American television personality, model, and actress has her fans wondering if she has plans to welcome a little one after a photo she shared to her social media. 


Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams has recently started dating Dennis McKinley after a number of difficult years following her divorce from retired NFL player Kordell Stewart in 2013. 

The actress recently took to her Instagram account with a beautiful photo of a baby girl, the daughter of her friend Jessica Dime. The gorgeous little one was lying on her stomach in the photo, wearing a pink tutu and matching set of wings. 

But it was the caption that really had fans wondering about Williams' own plans when it comes to her relationship and children. 


"Oh ma Gahh @iamdimepiece your lil angel gave me instant baby fever ! Congratulations," Williams wrote. 

Within a day, the post had over 60,000 likes, and plenty of comments from fans gushing over the baby girl and her sweet chubby cheeks. 

"Isn't she just the darn cutest?!?!" Dee commented, and Deborah McCulley added: "She's a Beautiful Blessing from God! Congratulations." 


Other commenters questioned when Williams was going to have a baby of her own. 

It's not a new topic for the reality star, who was open and honest with her ex-husband about her desire to start a family. Later, during the show, she tried to get now-ex-boyfriend Todd Stewart to sign a "baby-nup."

Unfortunately for her, Stewart told her he wouldn't sign the document, and that if that meant they couldn't be together, it was her loss. 


In 2017, she recovered from the baby fever, and shared with People Magazine that although she knew she could have a baby without a man, she had decided to wait until the right one came along. 

“I’m okay right now. I’m not going to have a baby until I’ve found that right guy. And I’m sure once I find him, that’ll be one of the first things we do,” the 37-year-old said. "For me, I’ve thought of a lot of creative ways I can make that happen without a man. Once I realized it doesn’t have to be one way, then it gave me a little more time,” she continues. “So I’m not obsessing over it anymore.”