Kenya Moore is feeling thankful these days. While giving her husband Marc Daly a shout out on his birthday Saturday, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star also thanked her spouse for giving her the gift of becoming a mother.
“Happy Birthday my love! I prayed to God so many nights for you and at 46 you appeared,” she wrote in the sweet ode to Daly Aug. 11. “Thank you for loving me and being you. We are friends, partners and most importantly… we are family. And thank you for giving me the best gift of my life… #babydaly. I love you❤️ #HBD @socobk #love #life #family #leo #leoseason #blessed #thatsmrsdalytoyou.”
Happy Birthday my love! I prayed to God so many nights for you and at 46 you appeared. Thank you for loving me and being you. We are friends, partners and most importantly… we are family. And thank you for giving me the best gift of my life… #babydaly. I love you❤️ #HBD @socobk #love #life #family #leo #leoseason #blessed #thatsmrsdalytoyou
Users who swipe right on the series of 10 photos Moore shared will be delighted to discover some new shots from the couple’s wedding day last June. One of the photos shows the newlyweds cutting the cake at the beach in St. Lucia while they share a smooch in another.
Fans adored the shoutout and gave Daly their own happy birthday messages while offering Moore well wishes.
“Happy birthday to your hubby you’re blessed and can never be changed.”
“Beautiful couple. HBD to your hubby.”
“You deserve it @thekenyamoore and happy birthday to your handsome, sweet for you husband.”
“So happy for you @thekenyamoore you deserve it all … watching old school RHOA you’ve came so far xx.”
Moore eloped with her businessman beau at the destination wedding ceremony, where not even her father attended. The secret nuptials upset Bravo head-honchos, who reportedly used the RHOA star keeping her man hidden from cameras as reasoning for other cast members to have to share all aspects of their lives on the show next seaso.
But the 47-year-old mother-to-be has said she had a reason for keeping Daly away from the glare of the reality TV spotlight.
“Every time someone has been associated with me, they attack that person — immediately going after them, trying to bring them down and saying crazy things,” Moore told People magazine last year. “They tear people apart. And so for [Marc], he was like, ‘This is about me and you — it’s not about me or you.’ He just wanted it to be about our pure love and not about him.”