On the current season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Moore and Daly are experiencing a wave of relationship woes. She told her close friends Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey that she and Daly haven’t been happy together for some time now. Not to mention, the couple announced they were filing for divorce while filming the show. On an upcoming episode of “RHOA,” Moore revealed another shocking detail about her marriage that left her and fans questioning Daly.
Moore admitted she felt as if Daly didn’t let her completely in his life. She revealed that her estranged husband never allowed her to speak to his father or mother.
“It’s just a lot of things I felt like I was in the dark about,” Moore said. She continued in her confessional, “It kind of feels as though there is a large part of him or the relationship that I was just never privy to. For an example, I’m not allowed to speak to his mother or father, and if you don’t know everything about that person’s life, you’re not being let in.”
Moore went on to say that she’s not sure what to do in her marriage, but she wants to do “what’s best” for their 1-year-old daughter Brooklyn Daly.
Several fans expressed thoughts that Moore’s not having communication with Daly’s parents was a red flag.
“I don’t think he ever loved her. For him to not want her to communicate with his family is pretty weird and a HUGE red flag. Poor kenya 😔”
“Did she not ask and think abt all this BEFORE marriage and a kid?? Wow are you his wife or side chick at this point 😩”
“How did y’all even make it to the alter? Not being funny”
“Why marry him? I don’t get it 🤷🏾♀️”
“Damn, you can’t even talk to his ppls…😩 where she find Marc?! Hell naw”
“Big red flag! This is all the colors on the flag. 🤦🏾♀️ she’s too old for this. She has to take responsibility for allowing someone to treat her this way. She’s not a teenager. Whew Chile”
Moore and Daly both decided to call it quits in September and released separate statements announcing their divorce.
Despite announcing their divorce, the “RHOA” star was still hopeful they could work out their marriage. In October, she told People, “I didn’t get married to quit. I love my husband. I don’t doubt that he loves me. Let me be clear, I took my vows seriously. I believe in for better and for worse and I believe in trying it all before you walk away, especially when we do have a child and we are a family.”