Kim Zolciak has turned 44 years old.
On Friday, the Real Housewives Of Atlanta vet revealed on Instagram that she celebrated with her husband of 11 years, former soccer star Kroy Biermann.
The blonde beauty – born Kimberleigh Marie Zolciak-Biermann in Florida – wore a tight royal blue dress to attend an elegant dinner with her husband.
HBD: Kim Zolciak has turned 44 years old. On Friday, the Real Housewives Of Atlanta vet revealed on Instagram that she celebrated with her husband of 11 years, former soccer star Kroy Biermann.
Her actual birthday was a week ago on May 19, but she’s been so busy she was only able to post the photos now.
“Entering 44 with a heart full of gratitude and love,” the Don’t Be Tardy star wrote in her caption.
I am so thankful for another year around the sun. Thank you for all your birthday wishes!
‘I can’t believe it took me a full week to post my birthday photos. But this week has been packed. ❤️❤️’
His Don’t Be Tardy show has ended and he is no longer on RHOA.
Showing off her big asset: The blonde beauty, born Kimberleigh Marie Zolciak-Biermann in Florida, wore a slinky royal blue dress to step out for a fancy dinner with her husband
But he has his hands full with six children: Brielle, Ariana, Kaia, Kash, Kroy Jr and Kane.
And he spends a lot of time in his companies. On Instagram he says that he has four companies: ‘Don’t be late for our party! Bravo star13yrs 6 kids, 5 dogs, 4 companies and growing.’
Kim owns the Kashmere skincare brand, the SaltyK swimwear line, and KAB Cosmetics.
And the star is an influencer with 3.3 million followers on Instagram.
This post comes after NeNe Leakes filed a new lawsuit against Bravo.
Leakes filed a lawsuit in April in federal court in Atlanta, saying the companies that produced The Real Housewives of Atlanta were overseeing a hostile and racist workplace, calling out Zolciak for allegedly making racist comments.
Walk: “Entering 44 with a heart full of gratitude and love,” the Don’t Be Tardy star wrote in her caption. I am so thankful for another year around the sun. Thank you for all your birthday wishes!
In the video, the mother of three tells her followers that her daughter Brielle has come looking for her because she can’t drive after drinking.
Driving home in her Rolls-Royce, Zolciak-Biermann screams as she criticizes her daughter for stopping at a Starbucks instead of taking her straight home.
The sighting comes as Leakes, 54, named Real Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen, 53, Bravo, NBCUniversal, True Entertainment and Truly Original, as well as executives from the companies, in his suit, according to the Associated Press.
The latest: NeNe Leakes, 54, filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court in Atlanta, saying the companies that produced RHOA were overseeing a hostile and racist workplace; seen in 2017
Leakes, who is black, said in court papers that she had reported hearing racist comments from white RHOA co-star Zolciak-Biermann to higher-ups at companies and faced professional repercussions as a result.
“NBC, Bravo and True foster a corporate and workplace culture in which racially insensitive and inappropriate behavior is tolerated, if not encouraged,” Leakes’ legal team said in court documents in the lawsuit.
The reality star, whose full name is Linnethia Monique Leakes, appeared in 214 total episodes of the Georgia-based reality series between 2008 and 2020, according to iMDb.
He was a regular on the show until the seventh season, was a part-time cast member in the show’s seventh season, and returned as a regular from seasons 10 to 12.
She was also seen in the spinoff I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding in 2013, which documented her nuptials with her late husband Gregg Leakes.
Leakes said Zolciak-Biermann, who was not named in the lawsuit, first made a racist comment during the show’s initial season in 2008, when the cast was scheduled to attend a barbecue.
Leakes named Real Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen, 53, among the defendants in his lawsuit.
The past: Leakes was seen with Cohen and Zolciak in a shot Cohen posted on social media in 2020
Leakes said in court papers that Zolciak said “words to the effect of, ‘I don’t want to sit down with NeNe and eat chicken,’ which ‘perpetuated an offensive stereotype about African Americans.’
Zolciak made more “racially offensive and stereotypical” comments during the show’s fifth season in 2012, according to Leakes, who said Zolciak-Biermann used the N-word in reference to her and other cast members in the middle of a fight.
In one case, after cast member Kandi Burruss, 45, bought a new house, Leakes told the court, Zolciak called the neighborhood Burruss lived in a ‘ghetto’ and asked if she needed a pool. .
Leakes said in court papers that Zolciak referred to her home as a “cockroach nest” and lied by implying that Leakes was a drug user.
Leakes said in her lawsuit that she reported the large number of racial comments to the show’s executives, who “did not end their relationship with Zolciak or take any other meaningful steps to end his racially offensive behavior.”
Leakes and Cohen were photographed in 2019 after an episode of Watch What Happens Live