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‘RHOA’ Star Kandi Burruss Is Reportedly Pregnant, Expecting Second Child With Husband Todd Tucker — Video

It seems like EVERYONE on Real Housewives Of Atlanta (including an alum) is pregnant right now, huh?

Shamea Morton, Porsha Williams and now…Kandi Burruss? (Plus, Eva welcomed a baby boy earlier this year.)

Yup. MTO News is reporting that the 42-year-old and her husband Todd are expecting their second child together.

She supposedly brought this up to producers last week, according to multiple sources inside Bravo's production.

"Kandi told [producers] that she and Todd are less than two months pregnant. It's very early [in the pregnancy, so she doesn't plan on making an announcement yet,” an insider confessed.

"Kandi is a workaholic, but she's going to take some breaks now for the baby,” another stated.

Oh and there is proof too. Peep this clip, in which she seems to almost let the good news slip.

Bravo says, “Kandi revealed that Porsha may not be the only one with a baby announcement this season. Kandi, who is mom to son Ace, daughter Riley, and stepdaughter Kaela, teased that she is considering expanding her family with husband Todd Tucker but she didn't say much beyond that (stay tuned!).”

"I can't wait for y'all to see Season 11," Kandi declares, before also mentioning that viewers will get to see her restaurant, Old Lady Gang, open another location, as well as the creation of her “infamous dungeon” which will come to fruition for a party. You know the one, right

Um, the network must be really worried about the ratings slump.

Kandi has been open about her struggle to conceive her son Ace. 
First field trip for @acewellstucker & @todd167 @kpt__ & I decided to tag along! @rileyburruss was at school. #bjreeceappleorchard

Back in September 2014, Kandi revealed she tried to get pregnant the old-fashioned way but had no success after two years, leading her to discover that she had a large uterine fibroid. After surgery, she attempted in-vitro fertilization.

"We decided to do IVF because this is my last year in my 30s, and I wasn’t trying to keep trying without any results or whatever. We decided to go for it with the IVF treatments. We started in February/March,” she shared.

"Luckily for us, it was a blessing, and we actually had success with the first IVF treatment. It takes a couple of months for you to go through the whole process of injections, retrieving the eggs and all of that stuff, then allowing them to put them back in and praying that they take. One of our eggs took."

Well, we hope that Kandi is staying safe and happy, baby on the way or not.

Today was a chill day at @rasheedadabosschick’s house! I brought my favorite guys with me @acewellstucker & @todd167
What’s your prediction on this one? 

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