September 13, 2018

Kenya Moore flaunts growing baby bump in tight pink dress in recent picture

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Kenya Moore's latest maternity look showcases an even bigger belly and a refreshing new color. As she awaits the arrival of her baby, she's keeping herself busy with a new project. 

Kenya Moore is undeniably pregnant. Just take a look at her recent photo where she’s wearing a tight pink dress and flaunting an enormous baby bump.

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Since announcing her pregnancy in April, Kenya Moore has been showcasing her growing belly in figure-hugging dresses, sundresses with thigh-high slits and strappy dresses with bow details. Her latest maternity look is a refreshing addition to her stylish posts as she dons a peachy pink dress screaming baby is on the way. 

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Kenya devoted two posts to fashion her look. One was a photo captioned “Oh baby!”, while the second was a boomerang taken from outside a baby store. “Bye bye baby!” she wrote and added,

“and I got most of the baby registry done. #babydaly #family #babybump #love #baby”

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Fans remain curious about the gender of Kenya’s baby since she announced earlier in the summer she would keep it a secret as long as possible. Meanwhile, to keep her from spilling about the sex of her child, she's finding ways to be busy. Her latest project involves getting behind the cameras again. She recently posted a photo hinting at a television special, most likely revolving around her baby based on the hashtag she incorporated in her post and the crib behind her in the snap. The former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star did not provide details but according to Media Take Out, she and her husband signed on for a two-part special on E.  

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Meanwhile, Kenya’s former “RHOA” co-stars have begun filming for the show’s 11th season and it seems the housewives are getting along fine despite the pregnant star’s absence. Nene Leakes shared a candid photo of them having a good time in between filming and it’s safe to say the show will go on without Kenya.

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