Kenya Moore Wishes Porsha Williams Well on Her Pregnancy, Kandi Burruss Remains Silent

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Porsha Williams revealed she’s pregnant with her first child this week and after initially staying mum, her former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-star Kenya Moore sent her a quick congratulatory message. But her former pal Kandi Burruss has said nothing.

“❤️I am happy, healthy… and pregnant! #BabyMckinley 👶🏽 #DM❤️ #Blessed *Check out our full baby story in @People Magazine on newsstands Friday🎉 #TheMckinleys,” Williams said on Instagram.*Love you all thank you for your support and warm wishes it means the world to us! 🤗”

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Fans and Williams’ co-stars have been flooding the star’s comments’ section with well wishes.

“Congratulations Darling! He makes all things beautiful in HIS time 🙌🏼🙏🏽”

“Ohhhhhhh Porsha, I am sooooo excited & happy for you!! God Bless you & the baby!! 💕💕”

“Congrats Porsha! At the appointed time and here we are!! Congrats again, stay strong and wish you and the baby well.”

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One of those RHOA co-stars includes Moore, who no longer follows Porsha on social media , and is not returning to the show’s upcoming 11th season.

“Congrats!” Moore wrote simply.

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Fans, many fans applauded Moore, who announced her own pregnancy during this spring, for her positivity toward Williams, as the ladies have famously gotten into it when Moore was on the cast. One incident even got physical and resulted in Williams the cops called on her during a reunion episode in 2014.

“Nice Kenya!!!!”

“So grown and noble of you @thekenyamoor that’ y u r still one of my favourite housewives. Can’t wait to see baby daly.”

“awwww now let’s give these baby mamas a show together.”

However, Burruss has not commented to congratulate Williams. The two have been rumored to be on the outs after Williams unfollowed the singer on Instagram last month with Burruss doing the same not long after.

Williams shared her pregnancy news to People magazine and after suffering through a miscarriage six years earlier, she said it was an emotional discovery for her and boyfriend Dennis McKinley.

“[It was] just the fear of, ‘Is the baby going to be okay? Will I make it full term?’ All those questions that you ask if you’ve had a miscarriage before,” she said noting McKinley “probably shed more tears during the process than me” upon learning the news.

 

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