Kenya Moore shows off baby bump and denies being axed from ‘RHOA’
The reality star says fans shouldn't believe reports she won't be holding a peach next season.
Kenya Moore is showing off her growing baby bump and refuting reports she won’t be retuning to Real Housewives of Atlanta next season.
The expectant mom shared a sweet photo of her belly on Instagram and revealed things are going smoothly so far.
“#BabyDaly is growing! I’m feeling much better now and baby is giving me amazing skin and I’m not having crazy cravings. Actually, I’m eating less bc baby is moving up.
So far all the tests and ultrasounds say baby is healthy! Thank God. Please continue to pray for our family!,” she posted.
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#BabyDaly is growing! I'm feeling much better now and baby is giving me amazing skin and I'm not having crazy cravings. Actually, I'm eating less bc baby is moving up. So far all the tests and ultrasounds say baby is healthy! Thank God. Please continue to pray for our family! #miraclebaby #weloveyou #itsnevertoolate #GodsSpeed #ThatsMrsDalyToYou #babybump #ThankYouJehovah #IVF
The beauty queen also refuted reports that she won’t be holding a peach when Real Housewives of Atlanta returns next season.
“Do you really think Bravo would talk to a trashy blog like “radar online?” When have you ever seen Bravo release cast info before the season starts on any cast member being fired or HIRED? ? N-E-V-E-R
To the outlets that regurgitate their fake desperate stories: shame on you lazy MFs!
Unless you hear it from me, it’s fake news! Reviewing my latest offer now ??,” she posted.
Looks like Kenya Moore isn’t worried about where her next paycheck is coming from and we’re guessing she has bigger things to focus on like her “Miracle Baby” she’s expecting with her restauranteur husband, Marc Daly. This will be the first child for the couple who conceived through IVF.
She and her hubby haven’t learned the sex of their baby.
“We want to be surprised and we want to make it as natural as we can at this point,” Kenya Moore told PEOPLE. “We just want a healthy baby. And it doesn’t matter to either of us — boy, girl, we don’t really care.”
The 49-year-old reality star shared a video of from an ultrasound from early in her pregnancy on social media a while back, shutting down critics who have been doubting if she was really pregnant since she announced the news in April.