“My life is complete. Happy Sunday May God bless you and your family 👶🏽❤️ @thebrooklyndaly #miraclebaby,” Moore captioned the photo.
The mommy-daughter image left both her fans and celebrity pals swooning.
Stars like Tina Knowles-Lawson and ex-“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” cast member Joseline Hernandez as well as fellow “RHOA” stars including Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, and Shamea Morton all left loving comments for Moore.
Additionally, Moore’s followers couldn’t keep themselves from piling on the praise for the star, who finally realized her dream of becoming a mother when she welcomed Brooklyn into the world late last year with hubby Marc Daly by her side.
“Both of you look naturally gorgeous! @thekenyamoore it looks like you don’t have on any makeup and if that’s the case you definitely don’t need it! ☺️ So pretty!!”
“Absolutely adore her …such a natural already. Perfectly made fro you🙌🏽❤”
“Mr. Daly is one Blessed man he has two beauty Queens!🙏🙏”
“Your family is beautiful…i so happy for u ..you were to good for that show they tried to say u couldnt have kids and u could not find a husband..and look how u bloom into every ones fairytales.”
It’s long been important for Moore to have a family of her own. The star, who has dealt with fertility woes, faced abandonment issues from her own mother, who has denied her for her entire life.
“No one really knows what it’s like to feel rejected and abandoned by someone who gave birth to you and who treated you so badly and who hoped you would fail,” Moore told People magazine last year after having her daughter. “For me to have a family of my own, to me, that’s what makes me feel like I’m at the pinnacle of happiness.”
Moore’s pursuit of that happiness came after she wed Daly when the pair eloped in St. Lucia in 2017 and she visited a fertility clinic in Barbados later that year. By April 2018, during the season 10 “RHOA” reunion, Moore hesitantly revealed that she was expecting.
Now 6-month-old Brooklyn Doris Daily was born via an emergency c-section on November 4, 2018, weeks ahead of her due date, which was Thanksgiving Day.