Kim Zolciak is happy teenage daughter gets lip injections

“Shoot it up” says the controversial star of RHOA

Like mother like daughter!

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak doesn’t mind if teenage daughter gets lip injections …in fact she’s all for it.

Mom-of-six Kim made the shock admission while opening up to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday September 14.

The Don’t Be Tardy matriarch, 38, revealed she fully supports eldest daughter Brielle, 19, in her recent choice to plump her lips.

Asked why a viewer why she allows Brielle to get the injections done, Kim said:  “First of all, she’s almost 20, so talk to her.

“And then, why not? Shoot it up!

“I’ve heard her complain about her lips since she came out of the womb, honestly.

“And she said, ‘I’m doing it,'” I was like, ‘I’m going to take you to the best.'”

Kim’s own love of cosmetic surgery is well documented, with procedures over the years including boob jobs, Botox, fillers and a tummy tuck.

And now it seems her daughter is firmly following in her shoes.

Brielle, who joined her glamorous mom on WWHL, documented getting lip filler injections via Snapchat in July.

Along with a video showing her being jabbed with a needle she went on to thank Dr Simon Ourian, who does Botox on her mom and also counts the Kardashian’s among his many famous clients.

Kim and Brielle now make it one of their priorities when they travel to L.A.

“You’re never done — it disintegrates,” Kim, who is married to footabller Kroy Biermann, told host Andy Cohen.

“I didn’t do it with her — I already had mine done.”

Brielle, who is based in Atlanta with her family, chimed in: “It only lasts, like, three months or something like that, so when we go out to L.A. every three or four months …”

Back in May, Kim, who is  again defended Brielle’s lip injections.

She told Us Weekly: “She bothered me for five years about her lips. She was like, ‘I hate my lips, I hate my lips.’

“So I’m like, then go fix them! You only go around this planet once. If it makes her happy, so be it,”

“She is a leader, not a follower. Social media sucks. It’s been difficult. I try to monitor my girls’ accounts, but Brielle is 19. But she can handle it better. She has confidence.”

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor