Kenya Moore's Ex Marc Daly Dotes on Their Daughter Brooklyn in a Sweet Snap Giving Her a Kiss
Kenya Moore's ex Marc Daly and their daughter Brooklyn shared a sweet father-and-daughter moment captured in this precious photo. Check it out!
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kenya Moore and Marc Daly's baby daughter Brooklyn is the apple of her parents' eyes. The 2-year-old is so lucky to have such doting parents.
The 2-year-old is a master of stealing hearts with her cute shenanigans on social media. She has done it yet again, but this time, her father is in the picture, too.
In an Instagram post shared by Clinton Hill restaurant SoCo, Brooklyn kissed her father as she looked at him ever so adorably. Daly gave a side-eye towards the camera as he kissed her back.
Brooklyn looked cute in a knitted pink sweater. Daly was casually dressed in an olive green jacket and a gray cap. Just like Brooklyn, he wore diamond studs. He also had a nose stud on.
The photo comes weeks after Moore celebrated her 50th birthday in a luxurious oceanside penthouse with Brooklyn and her loved ones. It was shortly after she announced her split from Daly.
No matter where their relationship stands, their top priority has always been their daughter.
The "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star separated with Daly in January. She discussed her estranged relationship with Daly in the 12th season of the reality show.
In a statement, Daly said they attended a mediation before reaching a mutual decision to end their marriage. He said he cares for her and hopes they will amicably continue co-parenting Brooklyn.
Daly also pledged to maintain a focus on helping the underserved and people of color inhabiting Brooklyn to recover from the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Daly and Moore seemed to be in a good place last year as Moore confirmed with Andy Cohen, adding that they were trying to figure things out.
Moore once said she did not get married to quit and took her vows seriously. Since she also said they would try it all before walking away, it is safe to say that their differences were incorrigible.
No matter where their relationship stands, their top priority has always been their daughter. Brooklyn is the miracle baby they will never love any less as they co-parent her.