'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' star shares her daughter with estranged husband Marc Daly
Kenya Moore's daughter is celebrating a special day!
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 52, took a moment on Saturday to celebrate her daughter Brooklyn as she turned 5 years old. The proud mom posted a video to her Instagram of Brooklyn's pink-themed birthday party, which featured musical chairs, a castle bounce house, fake tattoos and a visit from Snow White herself.
"Happy Birthday Princess Brooklyn! It’s just you and me and I love you more than anything in the world! Everything I do is for you," Moore wrote, thanking her party planners.
"To all my friends and BK’s friends and our extended family, oh boy a time was had! Brooklyn was so happy! And the gifts and generosity were so thoughtful. My baby is 5! Thank you for all who made this special day happen and the beautiful princesses who tended to our guests! They admired you so much please keep shining ❤️," she concluded her lengthy caption.
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The reality TV star shares her daughter with estranged husband Marc Daly, whom she filed for divorce from in May 2021.
In an August episode of Real Housewives, Moore revealed to costar Kandi Burruss and friend Shamea Morton that she was thinking about the possibility of growing her family.
After the two came over for lunch, the former pageant queen confided what she was mulling over, explaining that she still has embryos with Day.
When Burruss asked if Daly "said you could still use" the embryos, Moore explained, "When we signed the paperwork, it asked you, 'You can only choose one person,' and I was chosen."
She continued, "I need to get tested again, so she's going to do the ultrasound. But genetically speaking, it's so many things that can go wrong."
Both women agreed, with Moore then turning the subject to surrogacy, which both Morton and Burruss have used to grow their families.
"Thank you!" Morton said to Burruss playfully, noting that she used the same surrogate the singer, 47, used to welcome daughter Blaze.
"I feel like, if I had a surrogate, would I feel jealous?" Moore questioned.
"When your baby gets here, it's going to be the same exact feeling — they're gonna have you in the hospital, in the bed. They're checking you in, too," Burruss pointed out. "And you're gonna have that baby with you, bonding."
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