Kenya Wedding Veil

As of now, Kenya Moore’s marriage with Marc Daly is a total mystery. Hopefully she reveals more as this Real Housewives of Atlanta season rolls on, but as of this moment there are more questions than answers.

The biggest question that both Kenya’s fans and haters want to know is if this relationship is for real.

Kenya opened up about her relationship with Marc in a Bravo blog post. She was actually introduced to Marc by fellow Bravolebrity Chef Roble. Kenya explained, “I’ve known Chef Roble for a few years. We have always been friendly, and he’s a sweet guy. When he invited me to a restaurant my husband co-owned at the time, I was in a dark place, but something told me to go.”

She continued, “My husband was there finishing up work, and Chef introduced me to him on his way out. After Marc left, Chef Roble spoke so highly of him. He explained that he was a former Wall Street banker and entrepreneur who wants to help people. I asked myself, How come I can’t meet a guy like that?‘” Eventually she did and she is the one who made it happen. Kenya revealed, “In December, I reached out to Chef Roble on a whim to see if Marc was single. Yes, I broke the rules and made the first move. I’ve never done that, but I’m glad I did!”

Even though Cynthia Bailey wasn’t invited to the wedding, she was one of the few people in the know when this relationship started out. Kenya shared, “We connected right away. He was easy to talk to, funny, and emotionally available, and we spent hours on the phone before meeting. When we had our first date, the earth literally shifted. I called Cynthia and told her I just met my husband. I knew — I knew right away. I was vulnerable with him in a way I’ve never been before. I let my guard down and just showed him my true self.”

Kenya also discussed that phone conversation that she had crying to one of the Real Housewives of Atlanta producers about the media speculation surrounding her marriage during the second episode of the season. Kenya wrote, “You heard a very real and honest but very private conversation. I was emotionally spent and broke down after speaking to Brandon. I was only two weeks into my marriage, and as a newlywed, I was supposed be in wedding bliss, but I was not.”

She said, “We were targeted with so much hatred, negativity, and interference at that time, and I was overwhelmed and emotionally drained. The things that people did to try to hurt us were incredible to me. I was breaking down over the things people would say to him about me in hopes of tarnishing his image and love for me.”

Things seem to be better these days since Kenya said: “Now that we are married, the issues have all been resolved, and our families are all extremely supportive. I wish I could say that the naysayers have ceased and desisted with their empty rhetoric and cruel sentiments, but they haven’t.”

Kenya seemed to shoot down the rumors (and most likely some hate from Kim Zolciak) when she wrote: “I thank God for my real man, my real husband, and my real family. A man who doesn’t want the spotlight, fame, or my money…just my genuine heart. God is good.”

Kenya also signed off on the blog with “Kenya Moore Daly #ThatsMrsDalyToYou”

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