Kenya Moore's Toddler Brooklyn Melts Hearts in a Video as She Screams & Tries to Hide from Bees
Kenya Moore's tot Brooklyn enjoyed a lovely hang out with her star mom, but she wasted no time showing that she did not agree with the bees around.
Baby Brooklyn Daly looked adorable basking outside during a precious hang out with her "RHOA" star mom, Kenya Moore. It seemed as though Moore was behind the camera while her tot played.
Brooklyn showed off her full head of curly hair styled in a little bun while she rocked a protective pink puffy jacket, a pair of camo pants, and white sneakers. The little girl was filmed riding a toy pony and enjoying it all the way.
However, things soon took a turn when she sighted some bees. Brooklyn wasted no time screaming and telling her mom she did not like the buzzing. The caption was written in her perspective:
"Apparently I don’t like bees 🐝 the #behive is ok though."
Last November, Brooklyn was the cynosure of all eyes during her second birthday. The baby girl was treated to a sweet quarantine birthday as her mom decked the house in props.
Moore relayed to Andy Cohen that she and Daly were working on their differences and trying to make things work.
The baby girl woke up to a sea of pink and rose gold balloons thrown around the house, while her name was spelled out with rose gold balloons on the kitchen counter.
Brooklyn also received a luxury white convertible from her uncle. The ride came complete with a posh burgundy interior and real lights. Moore also filmed her daughter opening more presents.
The reality star and her daughter are a lovely duo who always flaunt mom-daughter goals. However, the reverse is the case concerning the dynamics of her relationship with her husband of two years, Marc Daly.
The couple has been at loggerheads for a while, and so far, things have culminated towards a divorce. Early this year, Daly opened up in an interview that he and his wife were getting separated.
The star noted that their priorities would be centered on their daughter while he continues to show support for the mother-of-one while working to help underserved Brooklyn citizens.
The former beauty queen noted that they were separated, and her reflections bordered on several emotions, but looking at her daughter made her feel a swell of hope.