She's found the one! Kim Zolciak-Biermann may be famous from appearing on shows like Don't Be Tardy and Real Housewives of Atlanta but it's her daughter Brielle Biermann's love life that's making headlines as of late. The 20-year-old reality star has been in a relationship with her boyfriend for over a year and from the way she talks about him, it's clear she's totally smitten.

"If he proposed to me tomorrow, I'd say yes," Brielle revealed in a recent interview. Keep reading below to find out more about who Brielle is dating!

Who is Brielle Biermann's boyfriend?

Brielle is dating Michael Kopech, a 21-year-old Texas native. He's an MLB star and pitches for the Chicago White Sox, which is why Brielle and Michael spend a lot of time together in Chicago.

How did Brielle meet her boyfriend?

Brielle and Michael were introduced by an acquaintance who also plays baseball. The couple met in 2016 and afterwards, Michael reached out to her on Twitter and soon afterward, they began dating.

Does Brielle live with her boyfriend?

Brielle currently lives at home but don't think that moving in with her beau isn't on her mind. "Me and Michael have both agreed that it would be best for me to live on my own for six months to a year to gain some independence and figure out the world on my own," she has said. "I don't ever want to depend on a man, so I want to learn to do things on my own and support myself before I go from living in my parents' house to living with a man."

When is Brielle moving out?

Right now, the Don't Be Tardy star is content living at home, where she says she'll likely stay until her 21st birthday. "Michael’s an athlete. He already has his career figured out, and he knows what he’s doing," she said. "I'm only 20 years old. There's all this pressure on me to go to college or to get a job, and I don’t think people really understand that I’m different."

Not to mention, living at home has its perks — though it's not without it's responsibilities. "I love being home, and I love being with my siblings and my family," Brielle continued. "Being here is also kind of allowing me to live rent free, but just because I live at home doesn't mean my parents are paying for everything. People think they're paying for my vacations or my food or my car or my clothes or my makeup. People think I freeload off my parents, and I don't. I actually have different sources of income. I'm very independent, and I take care of myself aside from a roof over my head."

What's next for Brielle?

Though Brielle has a lot of decisions to make as far as college and which career paths he wants to take, following in her mother's footsteps is one thing she's certainly not ruling out.

"I actually tweeted Andy Cohen a little while ago. I said we should start up a Real Housewives of Chicago because if Michael gets to the Major Leagues this year — I mean, we're not married, but I'm sure in a couple years, if Andy Cohen wants to start the franchise up, I'll be down," she said. "He can give me a call."