Kenya and her camera-shy husband Marc Dalywelcomed their daughter, Brooklyn Doris, on November 4, 2018. Brooklyn was born sooner than anticipated because Kenya was diagnosed with the life-threatening medical condition preeclampsia. In fact, Kenya endured a three-hour C-section, which sounds traumatic and very painful.
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.
As another year approaches, it is time to reflect upon the past, and dream about the future. As a reality television fanatic fan, my thoughts turn to which Housewives need to grace our television screens once again. Are you listening, Bravo?
Each Real Housewivesfranchise has seasons that are amazing and others that are boring less exciting. Often, the key is having the right number of newbies and franchise favorites. But what really makes sparks fly is when a Housewife returns to a show, resuming prior relationships and interacting with newer castmates. Here is my dream team of who needs to be, and deserves to be, a Housewife again.
Real Housewives of Atlantaalum Kenya Moore opened up about her complicated birth experience. Her high-risk pregnancy ultimately resulted in an emergency surgery before she could meet daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly.
Kenya experienced so much pain and bleeding that she actually thought she died mid-birth. Even so, she still wants to give her daughter a sibling.
Season 11 of Real Housewives of Atlanta just doesn’t feel the same without new motherKenya Moore. I must admit that I miss the Kenya drama this season. So many of the fans waited for Kenya to get finally get her happily-ever-after and become a mother. Sadly, Kenya’s pregnancy and new motherhood was not captured for the cameras.
Now, Kenya is finally talking about why she left Real Housewives of Atlanta. Will she ever hold a peach again? Twirl on back to RHOA, Kenya! Please!
After joking that her baby “doesn’t get out of bed for less than $1 million a day,” Kenya Moore finally released photos of her daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly. She did share those first photos exclusively with her Instagram followers. Instead, Kenya and Marc Daly’sdaughter had a full-on photo shoot with People.
Now that the cat is out of the bag, or the baby is out of the crib (for that presumably high paying photo shoot), Kenya has shared several photos on Instagram. Sadly, Kenya is not a Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member anymore. The fans did not get to see Kenya’s pregnancy or any of Brooklyn’s first moments. However, she did get a visit from two Atlanta Housewives.
Once again, former Real Housewives of Atlanta starKenya Moore is clapping back (and snapping back) at her haters. She posted some photos showing off her fit tummy three weeks post-baby. As expected, this caused some debate about her post-baby body.
While most of the comments were positive, Kenya responded to some internet trolls. Commenters claimed that Kenya had a tummy tuck after delivering her first child by c-section. And, Kenya being Kenya–she wasn’t entertaining any plastic surgery speculation. The outspoken (forme) reality star was happy to shut down the rumors. I truly miss Kenya on Real Housewives of Atlanta and wish that her pregnancy could have been documented on Season 11. I want to see the baby’s room in Moore Manor!
It’s a super cute photo of the baby’s little hand on top of her palm, but that’s it. She didn’t share her daughter’s face. We didn’t get a glimpse at a cute outfit. The only thing on my mind is Kenya’s Season 9 tagline: “I give the people what they want, and they always want more.” Yes they do and it’s likely that a lot of people will be checking her Instagram account for more photos.