Da Brat and Wife Judy on Resuming Sex Life Days After Childbirth: 'We Don't Have Those Problems' (Exclusive)

The married couple recently premiered their WE tv reality spinoff 'Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special'

Prince Williams/Wireimage Da Brat and Wife Judy
Prince Williams/Wireimage Da Brat and Wife Judy

New moms Da Brat and wife Jesseca "Judy" Harris-Dupart aren't lacking in the romance department.

The hip hop star, 49, and the Kaleidoscope Haircare founder and CEO, 41, welcomed son True Legend in July and are back on the small screen with their latest We TV reality show Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special which premiered Nov. 30.

"We had the idea of doing something that was especially for him," Da Brat says of turning the cameras back on, "We didn't want to miss anything and we wanted to make sure we have something for him to look at when he grows up."

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<p>Courtesy of WE tv</p> Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special

Courtesy of WE tv

Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special

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Still, the couple was particular about preserving some sense of privacy, cutting back on the usual crew that shoots their reality show. "We wanted a very limited amount of people in our home," says Harris-Dupart of their estate in Alpharetta, Georgia. "And it had to be people we were comfortable with. You might catch [Da Brat] actually breastfeeding on camera."

When it comes to getting back to their romantic relationship postpartum, the couple admits it took them no time at all. "We don't have to do the 'back up, I'm not there yet," when it comes to postpartum sex, says Da Brat, who carried their child. While doctors usually recommend new moms wait weeks to resume sexual activity, the rapper says, "It was long enough after a couple days."

Also, explains Harris-Dupart, whose egg was used along with sperm from an anonymous donor, "We didn't deliver vaginally, so there's that. And I also think we know each other enough to understand [sexual] invitations."

Da Brat agrees. When it comes to being on the same page romantically, "We never have those problems," she says. "I just love her so much."

The couple puts their love and a lot more on display in the new special. "We discuss, are we doing this again and having another one and if so who's going to carry," teases Da Brat. They also get into the great nanny debate, and how to deal with jealousy or "people being interested in my wife," says the star.

Paras Griffin/WireImage Da Brat and wife Judy
Paras Griffin/WireImage Da Brat and wife Judy

In all, "I hope our little baby boy brings people as much joy as he brings us. And we hope this special inspires and motivates and that we're relatable," says Da Brat.

Most importantly, she adds, "We hope that people understand that they shouldn't give up if they want to have children. Do your research, don't just believe what someone says. I was 48. And babies are special. They're more special than I could ever imagine."

Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special airs on WE tv and streams on ALLBLK

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