Kenya Moore from RHOA and Estranged Husband Marc Daly Spotted Holding Hands Amid Divorce News
Kenya Moore and her estranged husband Marc Daly were spotted walking hand-in-hand amidst their impending divorce.
Despite their previous announcement that they've decided to split after two years of marriage, Kenya Moore and Marc Daly never rejected the possibility of their reconciliation. Now, it seems that reconciliation is already happening.
Kenya recently revealed that she and her husband Marc Daly are in a much better place than they were before.
A SURPRISING REUNION
Throughout season 12 of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Moore and Daly would often see one another for the sake of their daughter Brooklyn, and it seems their constant interactions paved the way for them to patch things up as a couple.
Now, the pair were spotted holding hands while walking through an airport, smiling and laughing with one another. Their sweet interaction was captured by an interested fan on video.
IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE
Kenya recently revealed that she and her husband Marc Daly are in a much better place than they were before, and it's all thanks to them planning Brooklyn's first birthday party together.
ON BEING PART OF A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE
Making things more interesting, Moore recently had an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight where she opened up about wanting to get married and have more kids in the future.
At first, she acknowledged that their decision to separate was because they "drifted" while she was pregnant with Brooklyn, and this deteriorated further when she was born.
STARTING OUT AS FRIENDS AGAIN
The former beauty queen then revealed that at the time, she's friends with Daly and a lot more respectful towards each other.
As for a possible reconciliation, she was honest enough to say that she still believes she can be a part of a successful marriage and is hoping she can patch things up with Daly.
For that to happen, a lot has to change. The couple will have to learn from their mistakes, and the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star believes the best way to patch things up and move forward is to do things differently the second time around.