Kim Zolciak hosts classy baby shower

     

    Kim Zolciak didn’t have ballerinas at her baby shower, but it was reportedly a classy soiree nonetheless.
     
    “I want to thank everyone that came to our baby shower! We love all of you and are so grateful to share this experience w/ u! Xxoo,” Kim wrote via Twitter.
     
    Friends and relatives of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star gathered together Sunday to help Kim and Kory Biermann celebrate their new baby.
     
    Co-stars Kandi Burruss and Phaedra Parks were present, and of course, Sweetie Hughes was there to assist her friend and employer.
     
    Not surprisingly, there was no sign of frenemy NeNe Leakes.
     
    S2S Publisher Jamie Foster Brown attended and described the event as “excellent and well put together.”
     
    Jamie put her stamp of approval on the couple, stating that Kroy is a dream and a blessing. “I’m just so sorry that I lost him to Kim,” she joked.
     
    Kroy isn’t the only thing that impressed Jamie.
     
    “The cake was off-the chain with different layers of chocolate. Everything was gorgeous. They had a slide show and the photos of Kroy and Kim are just beautiful,” said Jamie, who added that Lawrence Washington’s heels were higher than his BFF Sheree Whitfield’s.
     
    When asked about the dominate blue color of the shower decorations, Kim confirmed the sex of the child via Twitter.
     
    “Yes, lots of blue! We are expecting a boy!!” she wrote.
     
    The sex of the child shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, since Kim’s psychic predicted as much.
     
    No word yet on whether a name has been selected. Kim already has two daughters. This will be her first boy.

     

     

     

     

    -Tracy L. Scott

     

     

     

     

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