RHOA Star Porsha Williams Is Pregnant!

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams has just announced she is pregnant. This will be the first child of the reality show star and her boyfriend Dennis McKinley. PEOPLE broke the story Wednesday morning.

“When I found out I was pregnant, I was excited [but] I had mixed feelings. The other feeling that I had beside excitement was fear,” the 37-year-old reality star, who suffered a miscarriage six years ago, reveals to PEOPLE in an interview for the newest issue, out Friday.

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If you follow Porsha on social media, you’ve noticed she’s appeared to be happier than ever recently with her beau. McKinley and Williams have known one another for years but just recently began dating.

In the article Williams talks about her struggle with fibroids that resulted in a myomectomy and a fear that she may never experience motherhood.

Williams broke the news to her boo on his birthday in July. She says he may be more emotional than she is.

“The thought of me getting that blessing after praying for it for so long and getting that blessing with someone who is just as excited as me — it’s Dennis’ first child, just like me — and it’s something we’ve both always wanted … It’s like a dream come true.”

The couple has yet to learn the sex of the baby but they say they’ve had fun thinking about names.

We couldn’t be more happy for Porsha – to finally have what she’s always dreamed of. We look forward to following her journey.

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