Kandi Burruss News: Real Housewives of Atlanta Star's Mom Talks Daughter's Valentine's Day Wedding

Joyce Jones, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" personality who came on the show as the mother to producer Kandi Burruss, has a theory for why her daughter is not marrying her fiance on Valentine's Day.

(Photograph:TreMedia)Kandi Burruss is a singer, songwriter, producer and star of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."

Jones, known as "Momma Joyce" on the Bravo reality television show, has vehemently disagreed with her singer-songwriter daughter's decision to marry her now fiance and broadcast producer Todd Tucker. Although Momma Joyce has recently spoken about making amends with her daughter, it seems she is still not convinced that Tucker is the best choice for her.

"Kandi's on one page, and Todd is on his page," Joyce told In Touch Weekly recently, speaking about her daughter's desire to get married on Valentine's Day. "Kandi is in love - and Todd is in love with Todd. He could love Kandi, but he loves Todd more."

While she chooses to stay out of Burruss' relationship and better her relationship with her daughter, Joyce said she has yet to reconcile with Tucker.

"I decided to stay out of their relationship and let them deal with their relationship. They're together, but I'm out of their relationship," she said. "It's much healthier, but I have rekindled a healthy relationship with my daughter and my granddaughter, and we're in a good place. I really haven't talked to Todd."

Mama Joyce previously defended herself against claims that she is only seeking financial gain while trying to break up her daughter's relationship.

"My only thing is that I love my daughter. I love my granddaughter, and only thing I've ever done was try to protect my daughter," she told EBONY magazine. "I've never been about her money because I have my own. I never tried to spend her money. I've always tried to save her money, help her save her money. And I just don't want her to let someone else waste what I've worked so hard to help her build."