Kim Zolciak-Biermann celebrated her 18-year-old daughter Ariana’s high school graduation on Saturday morning. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, the graduation ceremony was done via the video chatting software, Zoom.
“Screen shot of my baby @arianabiermann Zoom High School Graduation this morning!!,” Zolciak-Biermann, 41, wrote on Instagram. “I can’t stop crying 😭😭 how did this happen so fast! We are so proud of you ARIANA BIERMANN!!”
The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star continued: “You maintained straights A’s (a couple B’s) here and there and filmed alllll 12 years during your schooling, you have the been the most incredible sister and daughter anyone could ever ask for, always willing to help your family, friends and anyone else that needed it. I pray you chase your dreams, follow your heart, and always stay true to YOU! We love you beyond words! WE DID IT ANA BANANA.”
Earlier this week, Zolciak-Biermann gave an update on daughter Ariana’s post-high school plans.
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the mom of six shared that Ariana was supposed to head to Arizona State University this fall, but the ongoing pandemic may alter her plans.
"She's supposed to go to ASU. I think with maybe the corona and kind of not knowing what's going on with schooling, she might go to Georgia here," the Don’t Be Tardy star said. "She's enrolled in ASU right now, but we may pull her from that. ... Why am I going to pay $50,000 for her to just do it on the computer in Arizona? It doesn't make sense. So we're up in the air. I think a lot of people are up in the air, unfortunately."
The proud parent added that if Ariana does go to Arizona, the rest of the Zolciak-Biermann clan may follow her.
"Well, I love Arizona a lot. We're there a lot — I found a hairdresser there four years ago so we're there all the time. I actually love it there," said Zolciak-Biermann. "So it would be kind of a place that would work, and I love Vegas. I don't know, I can't imagine being away from any of my children. So if one of them is going to leave, I'm probably going to follow."