Reality TV star Kenya Moore, best known for “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” took to Instagram to share a photo wearing a beautiful red dress next to Remy Ma.
In the post, Moore appeared wearing a sleeveless, tight, red dress that enhanced her figure and put her belly in full display. Next to her, Ma, who is also pregnant, was wearing a red top and beige pants.
Both celebrities looked delighted to be with each other as they were flashing very authentic smiles when the picture was taken. For the caption, Moore wrote that Ma was so sweet, adding the hashtags Baby Bump and Chocolate Girls.
As soon as Moore uploaded that photo, her fans took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
One of them was Instagram user Kellie Crouch, who pointed out that motherhood looked good on the “RHOA” star. @mzjazzgirl chimed in and said that Moore would be an “awesome” mother and that she deserved the upcoming bundle of joy.
According to Atlanta Black Star, Moore had a difficult time to get pregnant as she and her husband Marc Daly, would keep trying it without success.
They went to an infertility clinic in Barbados and finally, in April this year, she revealed that the couple was expecting their first child. Ever since, Moore has shared on social media her enthusiasm over her upcoming baby.
It was not easy for the rapper to get pregnant either. In 2017, she suffered a miscarriage, something that deeply shocked her and her husband, rapper Papoose, who were expecting a sibling for her son, Jayson.
Thankfully, in July, the couple announced that they were expecting a baby during their wedding vow renewal ceremony, wowing their family and friends that attended the celebration.
In a recent photo that Moore uploaded to Instagram, she and her husband appeared sitting next to each other in very classy outfits.
Moore’s face showed nothing but happiness as her baby started kicking. Daly’s expression displayed that he was not expecting the child to do so as he was placing his hand on Moore’s belly and was clearly surprised.
The reality star said that she would be welcoming her baby, whose gender has not been revealed yet, in late-2018.