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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Shares an Update on Daughter Brielle After Recent Jaw Surgery
The Don’t Be Tardy mom called her eldest child “one of the strongest humans I’ve ever met.”
Kim Zolciak-Biermann is sharing an update on Brielle Biermann’s health following her double jaw surgery last month. The Don’t Be Tardy matriarch took to Instagram to reveal how her daughter is progressing in her recovery, dubbing her “one of the strongest humans I’ve ever met.”
On September 17, Kim opened up about how proud she is of Brielle, as the 24-year-old continues to recover from the medical procedure she underwent on her jaw in late August. The mom shared a sweet photo with her eldest child, captioning it, “My ride or die @briellebiermann these last 3 weeks I have seen one of the strongest humans I’ve ever met! I raised her!! I couldn’t be more proud proud!!”
Kim went on to reflect on all she’s been through with Brielle and to share her gratitude for all of her children. “ We have been through it together trust that Brielle and @arianabiermann have ALWAYS been my strength when I was weak, felt broken or was just flat out exhausted! Every single day of my life i am forever grateful for all of my children,” she wrote, also adding, “My 2 older girls pushed me, tried me and strengthened me! God’s greatest gift I have ALWAYS treasured ... ALWAYS since I became a mom at 18.”
Brielle responded to her mom’s touching tribute with a loving message of her own. “I love you mom,” she wrote in the comments.
Kim’s update comes just a couple of weeks after Brielle first confirmed that she had gotten braces and undergone surgery on her jaw earlier this summer. In an Instagram post on September 6, she shared several post-op photos of herself.
"Sooooo… I had double jaw surgery on August 23 to correct my TMJ [and] 9 mm overjet overbite," Brielle explained at the time. "This was NOT for aesthetics but for quality of life. I sucked my thumb til I was 9 ishhh which made the roof of my mouth suuuuuper narrow and my excessive overbite [caused] my teeth to have no contact whatsoever.”
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