Kenya Moore gushes about her 'king' and their baby daughter in heartwarming post

Mary Scott
Nov 21, 2018
12:05 A.M.
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Kenya Moore recently got one of her greatest wishes, and the reality star has been on cloud nine ever since. She sent a heartwarming message to her husband a few days ago, and fans can’t help reacting.


About two weeks after the birth of her first child, the former “Real Housewives Of Atlanta” star took to Instagram to gush over her husband, Marc Daly.

Moore, 47, shared a throwback picture of Daly helping her in the delivery room and let him know just how much he means to her. The new mom didn’t leave out their new bundle of joy too.

“It all started with you... If I had not met my king I would not have become a mother to the most beautiful baby I have ever seen I am so thankful for you

You two are my whole world. I love you Mr. Daly---Mrs. Daly”



Fans trooped to the comment section to react to Moore’s heartfelt message.

“Thanks Mr Daly for making this possible for our precious queen.”

“So very happy for you Kenya! You will make an awesome mother and Mr Daly will be the awesome father. What more can a child ask for in parents? God Bless!”

“I'm so happy for you Kenya. Being a mommy is such a blessing and something to be so thankful for. You will enjoy dressing your little twirl up and putting bows in her hair and then undressing her and redressing her trying different colors on and deciding which colors look best on her.. It's so much fun.”



Moore and her restaurateur husband welcomed Brooklyn Doris on November 4 after the reality star had to undergo an emergency cesarean section.

Earlier, Moore told her fans on social media that she tested positive for possible pre-eclampsia, a condition that saw her gaining “17lbs in ONE week due to severe swelling and water retention, high blood pressure, and excess protein in urine.”



The Daily Dish reports that Daly was a huge support for Moore in the delivery room. The former beauty queen also gushed while announcing the birth of Brooklyn:

"Marc was incredible in the [delivery] room. I lost a lot of blood so I'm very weak but they both were strong for me."



Moore revealed it would take her weeks to walk again after the C-section but despite feeling “excruciating pain,” the new mom has been going shopping for her little one.

It’s not sure if Daly knew about the errand, but Moore had a companion as well as an electric scooter to make things easier.

Congratulations again, Kenya Moore!


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