Here's How RHOA Star Kenya Moore Celebrated Her 50th Birthday after Marc Daly Split
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kenya Moore celebrated her 50th birthday with an intimate celebration with her family and friends in a beachside resort. Take a look inside!
Kenya Moore is living her best life. The "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star rang in her 50th birthday with an intimate celebration that included her friends and family.
Moore gave her fans a peek inside her special day with videos. Taking to her Instagram stories, she took them on tour inside a beachside villa she celebrated her birthday at.
THE BEACHSIDE PARTY
Her Instagram video saw her boarding a private jet with her daughter. In the first story clip that followed, she gave her fans a little tour inside the gorgeous villa as big silver balloons were being hung up in honor of her age.
The reality star's daughter Brooklyn Daly sat outdoors at a table full of snacks and desserts. She was particularly excited about the cupcakes and kept telling her mother about them.
Another clip saw Moore excitedly wearing shades with "It's My 50th Birthday" written on the top and a birthday sash. Her skin was glowing, and she looked pretty happy.
Daly confirmed the news of their breakup...
HER SPLIT FROM MARC
Moore's Instagram Live session saw her enjoying the beach-side fireworks. Her loved ones surprised her with a spectacular show, and she could not be more grateful.
The celebrations came hours after Moore's estranged husband Marc Daly announced their split. They previously separated in September 2019 after two years of marriage.
Daly confirmed the news of their breakup, saying he and Moore had recently attended mediation, after which they mutually decided it would be best to go their separate ways.
Daily said he would always care about Moore. He now looks forward to raising their daughter Brooklyn with an abundance of love and hopes to maintain an amicable relationship with his baby mama.
He additionally said he wants to focus on self-improvement and will continue to help those in need, especially the people of color in Brooklyn, as they recover from the adversities of the pandemic.