Kroy Biermann Explains Why He Adopted Kim Zolciak's Two Daughters [Video]

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As showcased on Bravo’s hit reality series, Don’t Be Tardy, the Biermann household can get a little chaotic at times. Kim Zolciak married pro-athlete Kro Biermann in 2011 and he later adopted her two daughters from previous relationships, Brielle, 16, and Ariana, 12.

Shortly after getting married, the Atlanta couple welcomed their third child, Kroy Jr., and just 14-months later, Kim gave birth to the twosome’s second son, Kash Kade.

And now, after nearly three years together, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star is pregnant with the their fifth child, and the expectant parents sat down with E! News to dish on their loving relationship & family life.

So, what happened when Kim met Kroy?

“He was just so sweet. When I saw his butt, I have never in my life seen a butt like that,” Kim confesses, shamelessly confirming she calls her man “tightass.” “But again I didn’t really think anything. I just thought, ‘Wow he’s got a really cute butt and a million-dollar smile.’ I love big wide smiles. His energy was great, but ‘OK, I’m filming, I’m working, I gotta go’ and that was my mindset.”

Kim initially took things slow for the sake of her daughters, but according to Kim the girls’ took to Kroy almost instantly.

“My daughters are very smart…I didn’t bring everyone around them,” the pregnant star explains. “I didn’t date a whole lot of people. The relationships I had were long-term, but sometimes my daughters would notice that the person I was dating, they were doing things to kind of win my daughters’ over to get to the mom—it wasn’t genuine. And my girls can see right through that crap. So with Kroy, it was just real…It worked from the very very beginning.”

Why did Kroy adopt Kim’s daughters?

“In order to keep balance you have to have priorities,” Biermann explains. “Our careers are our priorities, our kids, our health, our happiness…Before Kim and before the girls and before the boys, I lived a pretty regimented life. I’d wake up, eat breakfast, go to work, come home…it was pretty normal. Now, my house isn’t going to be as clean as it was before, but it’s not important. Those things are not important and it’s all about prioritizing and understanding.”

An honest Kim admits she’s not sure if she could step in to Kroy’s shoes.

“I don’t know if I could love anybody else’s children as much as Kroy loves the girls,” Kim says. “I just don’t know if I have it in me.”

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