At 3 years old, The Real Housewives of Atlanta daughter Blaze Tucker displays a babe’s typical candor when it comes to sharing her opinions… or her thoughts on head shrinkage. In a recent Instagram post, Blaze’s dad Todd Tucker revealed his daughter’s adorably frank reaction to his new beard. And in the comments, his wife Kandi Burruss Tucker shared some straight-shooting thoughts of her own. After all, this is not a family who takes glam lightly!
In his March 3 Instagram post, Todd shared two photos of his freshly trimmed beard. In the first photo, he and his daughter smiled wide for the camera; the next snap offered a side view of Todd’s latest grooming moves. “Beard gang gone!” he captioned the photos. “Why did [Blaze Tucker] say daddy your head looks small! Lol!”
While Blaze may have been concerned about a shrinking-head situation, Kandi was tripped up by the permissions, or lack thereof. “You didn’t get an approval about cutting your beard,” the SWV & XSCAPE: The Queens of R&B cast member warned in the comments.
Blaze knows a thing or two about the beauty beat. Last December, Todd shared an adorable snap of his little girl getting her makeup and nails done. “Already getting glammed up!” the entrepreneur captioned the Instagram post. And this was hardly Blaze’s first time in the makeup chair.
In November, Kandi shared several photos and videos from her daughter’s rainbow-themed birthday party. A personal glam squad was on hand for the birthday girl, who received a pink and purple manicure and braids with rainbow-colored beads.
Meanwhile, Blaze’s big sister Riley is getting ever-more glamorous herself. In February, Kandi and Riley attended a slew of Grammy parties in Los Angeles, and Riley had a chic look for every occasion. In everything from a logo-printed Fendi skirt suit to a strapless black gown and a structural yellow blazer, Riley looked like quite the sophisticated lady.
Her proud mama took note. “It brought me so much joy to be able to take my mini me to LA for Grammy weekend!” Kandi captioned her post. “[Riley Burruss] has grown up!”