Kenya Moore's Daughter Is Already 'Learning How to Be a Boss' at 5 Months Old in Precious Photo

Kenya Moore’s five-month-old daughter, Brooklyn Daly, has been melting hearts all over social since her birth. Now, the little lady is getting ready to inherit her mom’s businesses, as Kenya teaches her all the do’s and don’ts of the industry in a new picture.

Kenya Moore and her husband Marc Daly are still on cloud nine after welcoming their first daughter to the world last November.

The former Miss USA has been basking in the joy of motherhood while sharing some of the most special moments with her girl on Instagram, and her most recent post proves Kenya is serious about raising a boss baby.

In the pic, little Brooklyn is resting on her mom’s lap while Kenya goes through some documents at her home office. The girl is smiling happily to the camera, no doubt soaking up the deeds of the money-making process.

“@thebrooklyndaly learning how to be a boss  #miraclebaby #workflow #mom #brooklyndaly,” Kenya captioned the post.

Fans were thrilled about the mom-daughter duo showing off their boss-like attitude, and filled the comment section with praises for both of them.

“Yessss hunni, she's a boss to the boss chic!! Beautiful parenting” wrote one user.

Another added, “The Boss Brooklyn taking after mummy's footsteps.”

And a third one chimed in to say, “She is soooo gorgeous. Heyyyy Future Boss Baby!”

Although Moore stepped away from her peach-holding position on “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” she has managed to live up to her reputation, as fans of the Bravo show keep begging for her to return.

And for some, their prayers were answered in the last episode of this season, as Kenya did a special appearance at BFF's Cynthia Bailey’s event in The Bailey Wine Cellar. However, not everyone was happy with Kenya’s arrival, and the situation triggered NeNe Leakes and Bailey’s fall out.

Although Kenya’s future on “RHOA” is uncertain as of now, she did admit to being disappointed for not returning to the show this season, telling People magazine:

“It broke my heart, but with all the stress I went through with this baby, I don’t know how I could have done it. Even now, breastfeeding every three hours, changing diapers, being up at all hours — I just don’t think I could have been present.”

These days, however, Moore remains unbothered about all the drama with her former cast members, and is focusing on raising her “miracle baby,” staying true to the New Year’s resolution she shared on Instagram last December:

“I love you so much it hurts. My NYE resolution is to always protect you, love you, and be the best example of a woman I can possibly be for you. I will be the mother to you I always wanted.  You are my life. I love you, mommy."

Kenya is totally in love with her mini beauty queen, and fans are eating up what she has to share about the baby while staying away from the TV screen.