Kenya Moore flaunts growing baby bump in tight red and white dress
The reality star has finally showed off her baby bump but many still choose to be skeptic about it.
Kenya Moore has probably had enough of people claiming her pregnancy is fake so she showed up at a recent event with her baby bump in full display.
The ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star who donned a figure-fitting white summer dress with red stripes appeared to be squashing rumors as her grown belly took center stage in a photo she shared on her Instagram. The star also seemed to be taking a swipe at her detractors when she wrote in her caption,
The 47-year-old has been hounded by rumors claiming she was faking her pregnancy after many also believed she just staged her shotgun wedding to her new husband Marc Daly just to have an interesting storyline in her reality show. She would often lament over not being able to get married or pregnant at her age and when she suddenly eloped to Saint Lucia with Daly, fans were skeptic.
Now that she’s finally obliged with a photo of her baby bump, many still choose to be skeptical and tweeted their doubts.
Kenya’s exposure of her baby bump comes in the heels of news that Eva Marcille was reportedly going to be a series regular in the 11th season of ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta.’ Marcille is also speculated to be replacing Moore who allegedly hasn’t been invited back to the show after she reluctantly filmed for most of last season due to her intent to keep her new marriage private.
The new mom who just welcomed her baby boy with fiancé Michael Sterling opened up to US Weekly in March about Moore and this is what she had to say,
“She was gone for most of the season. And I thought mean girls died in like high school like, I didn’t realize they were knocking on 50 but hey girl live your best … I thought like she’s on this whole other space you know … I get her irritation towards certain people that she’s had history with.”
The show is expected to return to Bravo this year and whether or not Moore will still be a part of it remains to be seen.