Kim Zolciak wants to give birth to daughter Brielle Biermann

Kim Zolciak is eager to be promoted to ‘grandma’, according to her eldest daughter.

“She wants me to have a child,” Brielle Biermann, 25, revealed on Monday on the podcast’s episode “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef.”

“She says, ‘Come on, you’re not getting any younger. For example, I want a little baby. And if you don’t have it, I’ll have one,'” she continued, adding that it’s ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ – alum doesn’t care if the child comes from her or her 20-year-old sister, Ariana Biermann.

“She says, ‘Ariana come on. Like, one of you has a baby. I’ll take care of it.’ I’m like, ‘You’re crazy. I’m not having kids.’”

Despite her opposition to procreation — at least now — Brielle said receiving a positive pregnancy test would be “the happiest day” of her mother’s life.

“Oh my god, she’d love it. She would go crazy,” explained the recent redhead, adding that Zolciak – who is also mom to sons Kroy Jr., 11, and Kash, 10, as well as fraternal twins Kaia and Kane, 8 – “would be so excited be that a baby was coming.”

Brielle and Ariana Biermann
Brielle said her mother puts pressure on both her and her sister, Ariana Biermann (right)

“She loves babies. Not so much as the states of [the] kids there [at her house]’ Brielle joked. ‘I mean, she likes that too – but like babies? She has baby fever.”

The KAB Cosmetics co-founder went on to share that the only part of her hypothetical pregnancy that would upset her mother would be that she “would have to deal with me for the next nine months.”

Brielle Biermann, Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann
Brielle praised the parenting style of her mother and adoptive father Kroy Biermann.

Jokes aside, Brielle admitted she hopes one day to emulate the way Zolciak, 44, and adoptive father Kroy Biermann, 37, raised her and her siblings — a dynamic family hat was documented on Bravo’s “Don’t Be Tardy ” for eight seasons .

“I always said: [to my mom] Growing up, ‘I want you to raise my kids because you’ve done such a good job,’ she said, crediting her parents for creating an ‘open’ environment where they could do ‘everything you can think of with them. can share’.

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