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Kenya Moore Might be Longing for the Days of Old After Posting Throwback Cover Photo

Kenya Moore is no doubt enjoying life as a wife and expectant mother, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have an appreciation for the days of old.

The rumored to be axedReal Housewives of Atlanta” star on Thursday, Aug. 9 posted a throwback photo spread from her 2010 cover of Smooth magazine.

“#TBT #smoothmag cover girl 💦,” she wrote in the caption, the wet emoji indicating how much she herself thinks she’s smoldering.

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“Kenya Moore has done it all. She’s a former Miss USA, a veteran actress and one of the best damn cover girls we’ve ever had,” copy of the sexy spread reads. “Now she’s producing her own film when she’s not chillin’ in Jamaica with Smooth. For Kenya, more is never enough.”

The photo of a curvy, bikini-wearing Moore is one of several included in her eight-year-old magazine shoot, which is her second for the bimonthly young urban men’s magazine.

Fans — even those who aren’t in the mag’s target audience — loved the post.

“Absolutely stunning @thekenyamoore ❤.”

“Wow, my beautiful country Jamaica. Big up yourself Kenya you did that! Twirlllll.”

“Kenya you have always been a dime piece! You and Marc are beautiful together.”

“Always was beautiful and that’s why girls used to hate on me when I defended you on the show and said we were alike 🤷🏻‍♀️ They Be Jealous. Period 👌🏽.”

“@thekenyamoore you still look amazing, I was thinking about how certain people said ‘Kenya had butt surgery’ this photo shows u always had a natural body period. No enhancements. All natural. Team Twirl Forever.”

Elsewhere in the spread, Moore dished on her appearance in the Boris Kodjoe and David Banner-starring film “The Confidant.” The thriller was described by the then-future RHOA star, who also produced the film through Moore Vision Media, as a “really hot movie.”

And despite her having 12 years of production experience at the time, Moore said she loves being the star of the show because “it satiates my artistic side.”

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