Kenya Moore is resting up after getting induced to give birth early over the weekend. And the former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star revealed she hasn’t had the easiest time recovering from her cesarean section.
The 47-year-old welcomed her first child, a girl named Brooklyn Doris Daly just after 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 4 after suffering from a pregnancy complication called preeclampsia. Moore had to be induced since the condition led to dangerously high blood pressure.
While People magazine reported Brooklyn “is very alert and active” and the new mom was doing well, Moore disclosed on Tuesday, Nov. 6 that she was having a “tough” day of healing.
“Having a tough day of recovery and just got these! So gorgeous feeling so emotional! Thank you @kandi for being you and all your generosity from you and your family! I love you mama!” Moore shared on her Instagram page of a wild bouquet of flowers her pal and current RHOA cast member Kandi Burruss sent her.
Fans inundated Moore’s comments with warm wishes for a swift recovery.
“It’s hard Kenya but it was all well worth it.get some rest and relaxation,you will need it once you bring you bundle of love & joy home 💕🙏🏽❤️prayers and well wishes to your new family 😘.”
“Get well soon Kenya n congratulation!!!!!”
“I feel your pain Kenya🌺 . Try not to worry too much God is with you and your daughter. Everything is going to be fine. When things and our Faith is in Gods hand, sis we have it going on🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽💯. God gave her too you. You are going too be an Amazing mom❤️❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽”
“Get better🌹.. C-sections are very painful this I know as well! Push through, try to stay comfortable.. This to shall pass! My prayers 🙏 are with you.. I know you got this! ❤ Love you!”
“Girl you a momma now. You are now stronger than you know. You will be great. Just twirl on!!!”