Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore finally obtained her fairy-tale ending with her husband, Marc Daly, and their infant daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly. Viewers watched Kenya
fake-date date some slimy frogs before finally meeting her allergic to tv cameras prince.
The couple went the in vitro fertilization (IVF) route to conceive their baby. Brooklyn was born on November 4. She came earlier than expected because Kenya developed the life-threatening condition preeclampsia. Kenya suffered through a three-hour C-section to give birth. That sounds very scary.
Unfortunately for RHOA fans, Kenya twirled off the show ahead of Season 11, so viewers were not able to follow her pregnancy journey. You just know that Brooklyn’s nursery in Moore Manor is decked out in luxurious style with tons of baby gear. I wish that we could see it. Come back to Real Housewives of Atlanta. Grab a peach, Kenya! The show is in need of some quality shade.
First-time mom Kenya took to Instagram three weeks after delivering little Brooklyn to document her insane snapback, and not all her followers were buying her miraculously flat tummy. One shady fan posted “I would of gotten a tummy tuck, too after having a c-section.” Kenya fired back, saying “No plastic surgery, no tummy tuck. No surgeon would perform a tummy tuck on a woman 3 weeks after giving birth. Just stop it.”
According to an article from Atlanta Black Star, Kenya went on The Dr. Oz Show on January 14 to discuss the dangers of preeclampsia. Kenya shared that because of this medical issue she gained nearly 75 pounds of water weight. The RHOA alum added that she lost 40 pounds one week after delivering Brooklyn. Wow!
“I took care of my body and I … just snapped back after, like, two weeks,” Kenya explained. “You take care of your body, you eat well. … I eat a lot of fruit, I drink a lot of water, a lot of water, vegetables. I’m really a pescatarian so I eat a lot of fish, sushi, things like that.”
Kenya shared her thoughts in another Instagram post urging women to research preeclampsia. “#please help me bring awareness and find solutions so our mothers survive giving birth,” she stated. Kudos to Kenya for using her platform to educate others.
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