Kenya Moore confirmed her pregnancy to the world during the Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 10 reunion. The former beauty queen is now in her third trimester, revealing during a fan Q&A session on Instagram that she is due on Thanksgiving Day.
“Thanksgiving,” Moore shared, according to screenshots captured by The Jasmine Brand. “I announced very early when I should have waited three months. It takes nine entire months which is really 10 to have a baby. Baby Daly is healthy! Godspeed.”
Moore also addressed questions in regards to RHOA, hinting that she could possibly make her way back onto the series, saying, “I always say never say never.”
The mother-to-be also dished on who she still talks to from the cast, calling Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss her “sisters.”
“They really have my back and are good, kind people. Although I don’t talk to Porsha, we have been supportive of each other. It feels good to grow.”
Moore previously alluded to filming her own reality show that will share her pregnancy journey with fans.
“I’m sharing as much as I can and I do have a project up my sleeves. They’ll get an inside glance into as many moments as I can and whatever I chose to share with the public, they definitely see a lot that I experienced from baby shower to birth to planning stages.”
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