Kenya Moore has been sharing all he nifty developments of pregnancy as she journies to motherhood. But one moment caught her husband Marc Daly by surprise.
While the couple attended an event at The St. Regis Atlanta Monday, Sept. 24, Moore must have alerted her hubby that Baby Daly was moving. When her restaurateur spouse placed his hand on her stomach to feel for himself, the look on his face said it all.
“#marcdaly wasn’t ready for #babydaly’s kicks today 😝❤️#babybump #babykicks #ThatsMrsDalyToYou,” Moore captioned the post.
Moore, meanwhile, was delighted in Daly’s response, as she’s seen glancing at her man with a look of joy across her face.
Fans who caught Moore’s special post took note of the moment.
“It is a beautiful thing when your baby kick.”
“Isn’t that amazing to feel your baby kick inside you .loved being pregnant well after the nausea👣💓💙💯”
“He looks totally amazing 😉 Beautiful pic indeed👏🏾🙌🏾🙏🏾😘💋❤️”
“Ohhhhh weee!! Baby Daly kicking field goals already. 😂❤️”
“You have the that ‘mother’ glow and those kicks are precious. That was the point when I really started thinking how God took a tiny seed a grows a tiny baby inside our womb! #Deep #Precious 💕🍼 I pray that God will bless you with a lifetime of happiness. May you have many more years of happiness with your husband and baby! #YouBothLookSoHappyTogether💕💕”
“Awwww @thekenyamoore happy you’re getting the family you’ve longed for. God is faithful! I know you all will be great parents!.”
Moore has been documenting her journey to motherhood ever since she announced she was pregnant with her first child in April. She’s taken fans along to ultrasound appointments, baby registry setups and even gave them a glimpse of her baby shower theme.
The former Miss USA has also teased that she will be sharing more of her pregnancy on a special outside of RHOA.
“I’m up early because I’m going to actually film something today,” she said on Instagram Live earlier this month. “It’s an exciting project. Obviously, I can’t tell you what it is, but it’s nice to be up working.”