Kenya Moore's Daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly Poses for Impromptu Photo Shoot (Photos)
Kenya Moore's daughter, Brooklyn Daly, warmed the hearts of her followers when she shared a series of new photos recently.
Even though she is only a year old, Brooklyn Doris Daly has already started perfecting her model smile and poses.
Through a series of new pictures that were shared via the tot's personal Instagram page, fans got to see Kenya Moore's daughter striking different poses.
[Kenya Moore] is undoubtedly grateful for her "miracle baby," as she referred to the tot as a "constant positive force of love and light in my life."
While one image showed her non-smiling face as she rocked a white top, a pair of fancy pants and pink sneakers, the others showed close-up views of her hair and face.
Her followers seemed to agree with her looks in the "impromptu photo shoot" snaps as they have liked the post nearly 25,000 times and have dropped almost a thousand comments.
Many of her fans praised her for looking "so adorable," others noted that she looked like her father, Marc Daly, who Brooklyn recently tried to escape to see.
While his estranged wife and daughter stayed put in Atlanta, Marc's Brooklyn restaurant, SoCo, adjusted its business plan to a take-out and delivery-only model as was required by NYC's mayor during COVID-19 outbreak.
That slight glitch has, however, not stopped Kenya from uploading several footages and photos of her daughter.
Just a couple of months before that, People reported that a sweet clip of Brooklyn walking and dancing could be found on her mother's Instagram. The post saw Kenya taking pride in her daughter's latest phase of walking.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star is undoubtedly grateful for her "miracle baby," as she referred to the tot as a "constant positive force of love and light in my life."The sweet words were part of the post that the reality star shared in celebration of her 49th birthday which happened in January.
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