The Real Housewives of Atlanta stars enlisted the help of a surrogate to welcome daughter Blaze into the world on November 22, 2019. Although it was initially a “tough decision” for the couple, they now say that they “wouldn’t change a thing.”

“We were just trying to figure out like, okay, should we do this? How can you trust somebody with your most precious possession, your most precious gift … somebody that you barely know?” Burruss said in an episode of Parents magazine’s We Are Family podcast.

“But now that it’s all said and done, I wouldn’t change a thing. It was the best decision that we could have made,” she added.

The mother of three — who also shares son Ace Wells with Tucker, and is mom to daughter Riley — said that her surrogate, Shadina, had carried for another family before, and so she “was really teaching” them “a lot of things” about the process.

“Once I got comfortable, then I started really appreciating the fact that [Shadina] was doing the heavy lifting,” she said.

For anyone else considering in vitro fertilization and/or surrogacy, Burruss advised, “I would definitely say go forward. The research is the main thing. And then you just gotta trust and believe and just go for it.

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