“I stand alone,” Moore captioned on Instagram Friday.
Posted a week after she announced she would be divorcing husband Marc Daly, some fans seemed to gather a double meaning from the new mom’s ominous words.
“Nooo don’t speak that into existence”
“Please reconsider…your baby is precious, she needs both parents…maybe the issues seem insurmountable, but THAT SAME GOD Who sent you that miracle baby is the same GOD Who can repair hearts. I love you, girl, you are one of my favorites…dont throw away your blessing🙏❤️🙏”
“Never alone Kenya! We stand with you! ♥️”
Other Moore fans simply commented on her dazzling beauty.
“I know you still in Greece but its only 9:00am. You didn’t have to slay me this early in the morning ❤️👸🏾”
“Twirl is Twirling the Girls! 😍😩”
“Gorgeous 😍😍 they needed this peach back”
After a break from the show, Moore will be returning to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast this season when the show returns on Bravo Nov. 3.
And when it does, it doesn’t look like fans will be tweeting couple goals about Moore and restauranteur Daly. The two released separate statements last Thursday to announce their divorce, and a clip from the new season shows them going head to head.
“You can take everything,” Daly told Moore after she met with a divorce attorney. “I’ll build it again.”
Cynthia Bailey is also shown in the clip asking Moore if she was “happy in this marriage?”
The former beauty queen responded while she dabbed her eyes that she was “at a really low place right now.”
An insider alleged to Atlanta Black Star that Moore and Daly’s marriage hit the final snag during a charity event Daly hosted for the Black Men Lab on Sept. 17.
“He called her an attention whore,” the insider said of Daly.
In the couple’s statements confirming their split Sept. 19, Moore said, “due to recent and ongoing circumstances, I can no longer continue in the marriage.”
Daly didn’t explain why he was divorcing, but the two parents of 10-month-old daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly, said they were committed to their daughter, and they requested privacy.