Kandi Burruss and her husband have found a surrogate for baby No. 3. The 42-year-old "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star said in an interview Monday with Us Weekly she's "in the process" of hiring someone to carry her embryo with Todd Tucker. "Yeah, we're moving forward," Burruss told the magazine. "We've decided we want to ... get a surrogate." "We did find someone and right now we are in the process -- you know it hasn't been done -- but we're in the process," she said. Burruss is parent to 16-year-old daughter Riley with Russell "Block" Spencer and 2-year-old son Ace with Tucker. The surrogate will carry one of the two embryos Burruss has left from using in vitro fertilization to conceive Ace. "We have girls," the star said. "We have two embryos that are still left from when we had Ace. So, we have two embryos left and we know they're girls." The Real Housewives of Atlanta star had told Essence magazine in October she was exploring ways to have another child. "We're definitely trying to figure out ways to grow our family," Burruss confirmed. "I know a lot of people thought that meant that I was pregnant. But I'm not pregnant. Let's be clear." "Unfortunately, it's not happening," she said of her fertility issues. "So obviously we're just going to be talking about what that means for our family." Burruss came to fame with the girl group Xscape and joined The Real Housewives of Atlanta in Season 2. The Bravo series premiered its 11th season Sunday.