‘RHOA’ Star Kandi Burruss and Husband Reportedly Expecting Their Second Child Via Surrogate

It’s reported that the Xscape singer’s surrogacy journey will be documented in the upcoming season 12 of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’, and it allegedly won’t be all sunshine and rainbows.

AceShowbizKandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker are reportedly going to expand their growing family with a new addition. Multiple sources have alleged that the married couple is currently expecting their second child together via a surrogate.

PEOPLE reports that her surrogacy journey will be documented in the upcoming season 12 of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta“, and it looks like her journey won’t be all sunshine and rainbows. This is because Kandi allegedly isn’t so sure that she and Todd will be able to get everything done that they need to before their baby arrives, and this leads them to fight.

Reps for Kandi and Todd haven’t addressed this report.

Should the baby report be true, this will be Kandi and Todd’s second child together as they also share 3-year-old son Ace Wells. The Xscape singer is also a mother to 16-year-old daughter Riley, while Todd has a 22-year-old daughter named Kaela.

Earlier this year, Kandi expressed her hope to expect another child with Todd in the future. She said in an interview with The Daily Dish, “It was a blessing we was able to get Ace through IVF, but in the process of doing IVF, we still have two more embryos. And with that being said, as soon as we had Ace, we knew that we would want to possibly use our other embryos, but I had a high-risk pregnancy last time, so that’s why we decided we would consider surrogacy.”

“Todd and I are both nervous about it. I think it’s easier for Todd to handle or deal with because as a man he’s used to somebody else carrying the baby,” Kandi added. “But for me it’s a little bit harder for me to deal with the thought because I’m supposed to carry my own kinds in my mind. But, hey, with science, it’s made other options to be able to make it happen.”

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