April 17, 2020
Kenya Moore and her estranged husband, Marc Daly, might be getting back together as it appears the two lovers have decided to give love another chance.
In a recent video of "Watch What Happens Life" with Andy Cohen, Kenya Moore hinted that she might be getting back with her husband, Marc Daly. The Reality TV star revealed that Marc was willing to work on their marriage.
In the video, Moore explained that she and Daly were getting along better than they had in recent times. Kenya also revealed that Marc had been sweet, caring, and thoughtful towards her.
The former pageant queen shared that she would also be interested in making amends with her estranged husband, but only if he was going to be a changed person.
"I think when you're married, you have to try everything to stay together, and if you exhaust everything, you will have your answer."
Last September, the couple broke the news of their separation after Daly had a raging meltdown at his charity event.
In a statement released by Kenya, she explained that her marriage to the restaurant owner could no longer go on due to certain circumstances.
Marc and Kenya tied the knots in a private St Lucia wedding on June 10, 2017
She asserted that her primary focus would be directed at taking care of their child together while adding that the baby was made in real love and commitment.
Daly also addressed the divorce announcement in a separate statement. He explained that he would like the situation to be kept private in the interest of their daughter. He further wrote:
"I cherish our family's good times together and will continue to co-parent lovingly…..Please respect our privacy during this challenging period."
The" Real Housewives of Atlanta" star and her husband welcomed their daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly Sunday, on Nov. 4, 2018.
The former Miss USA had the delivery via an emergency cesarean section after revealing that she was experiencing pregnancy complications.
Marc and Kenya tied the knot in a private St Lucia wedding on June 10, 2017. According to Moore, the ceremony had been precisely the way she imagined it would be.