The answer is no. Don’t Be Tardy star Kim Zolciak-Biermann got candid about her daughters and plastic surgery during an interview with Entertainment Tonight and the 40-year-old was adamant that she is “not open to any plastic surgery” on her daughters “at this time.”
“I tell them, you know, when you’re done having kids and all that good stuff,” she told the outlet. “Worry about all that stuff later on down the road, if that’s what you want to do, but you guys are beautiful and so young.”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum also pointed out that she doesn’t consider fillers and other injectable treatments to be plastic surgery, as she and her oldest daughter, Brielle Biermann, have both had their lips done. Both the Bravo TV star and her daughter have been extremely open about the process and the 21-year-old has even said she feels more confident post-fillers.
It’s clearly hard for the mom-of-six to convince her daughters to love everything about themselves as they are — isn’t that hard for all of us? But Kim admitted that the availability and commonality of plastic surgery doesn’t help things, especially considering she has had some work done herself.
Though Kim has denied getting a nose job in the past, she was forthcoming with the outlet about once having a tummy tuck but said it didn’t change her positivity towards her own body. “When I went in to have my tummy tuck, I went in a size two/four and I came out a size two/four, I didn’t go in and change my body size and body makeup,” she explained. “I’m very open with [my daughters] about feeling my best.”
Her daughter Ariana Biermann in particular is struggling with body positivity and Kim is clearly doing all she can to help her daughter, 17, recognize her natural beauty. Fans will be able to see how the former singer handles it during the upcoming season of the Bravo show.
No matter what, we love that the RHOA alum is teaching her family “that beauty shines from, truly, within.” Well said, girl.
Don’t Be Tardy season 7 premieres on Bravo February 17 at 9 p.m. ET.