Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burrus and husband Todd Tucker recently appeared on the Dr. Oz show where they opened up about their relationship-how they keep the magic with having busy work schedules, and their plans to grow the Burrus-Tucker family.
“We came up with our own thing,” Kandi tells Dr. Oz. “Basically we will not go more than two weeks without being together. It’s mandatory. One of us has to figure out how to get to the other within the two weeks.”
Todd referenced to him and his wife becoming newlyweds. “She’s a little more sensitive. I think you were real and rough, and I think it kind of calmed and relaxed her and made her a little softer.”
As seen on the show, the couple opened up about their fertility issues and are continuing to try to make their family bigger. “Well I’ve had issues with fibroids for a long time and I’ve had multiple surgeries to remove them. But recently I was told I had some scar tissue from, I guess my last surgery and they’re thinking that’s probably the reason why I didn’t get pregnant.”
Tucker being the supportive husband commented on watching his wife of a year struggle. “It’s tough. It’s frustrating because I know it has to play on her emotionally…It’s tough.”
So how is Kandi holding up? She’s been meeting with specialists and is focusing on the next step. “I’m fine. I’m more of a solutions person. I’m trying to figure out the solution. We’re in the next phase of trying to get pregnant now.”
We wish Kandi and Todd the best of luck with growing their family!
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