Kim Zolciak is pregnant with twins, and the Real Housewives of Atlanta star couldn't be more surprised by the news that she is expecting two more babies with NFL husband Kroy Biermann.
Zolciak announced her pregnancy in June, but was shocked when she found out she was going to be welcoming twins. "I'm having twins and I couldn't be more excited," Zolciak told E!. The reality star admitted the news was all the more surprising because she got pregnant naturally, but she did admit that twins are a running family tradition.
"I was completely shocked. I had no idea. It was a natural conception, but twins do run in the family, so I guess I shouldn't have been surprised," Zolciak said. The outspoken blonde has two daughter from previous relationships, who her Atlanta Falcons player husband recently adopted. In addition to Brielle, 16, and Ariana, 12, Zolciak and Biermann share sons Kroy Jr., 2, and Kash, 1.
"I can't believe I am going to be a mom to six children. It's going to be very busy but it's a dream come true," the pregnant housewife said. Although Zolciak has yet to reveal the gender of her twins, she did admit that she hopes she has at least one girl now that her teenage daughters are all grown up. "I personally would love a little girl because Brielle's going to be 18 soon, Ariana's six years from being 18," Zolciak said. Another reason she's banking up for a baby girl?
"I'll be in the house with three boys possibly and Kroy? That's a life of four-wheelers and football," the glam-loving mom said. "This is it though, buddy," Zolciak joked to Biermann. "You better hope you get a little girl, because this is it." Although Zolciak's hunky husband wants a daughter of his own, the wig-wearing mother said his devotion to Brielle and Ariana blows her away.
"I don't know if I could love anybody else's children as much as Kroy loves the girls," Zolciak gushed. Point proven is the fact that Biermann has already accepted the chaos that comes with parenthood. "My house isn't going to be as clean as it was before, but it's not important," the expectant father said. "Those things are not important and it's all about prioritizing and understanding," Biermann said.