Kenya Moore is melting her fans’ hearts with her latest picture of herself with her daughter on Instagram. The photo shows Moore holding Brooklyn Doris Daly in a pool as the 2 -year-old gives her a big kiss!
Moore turned 50 years old on Jan. 24 and went all out for her special day. She first celebrated by uploading a montage of several smaller pictures that created one large black-and-white picture of her posing almost nude. In addition to that, she vacationed in an area near a beach that not only had a pool, but it also had a great view. Moore uploaded now-deleted videos of herself bringing in her birthday with balloons and a delicious-looking brunch that included muffins, biscuits, bacon, sausage, and more.
But despite all she did for her birthday, she revealed that her daughter is still “My best present 🎁 for my bday! Unconditional love #thebrooklyndaly.”
One fan wrote, “YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS the FABULOUS MOTHER / DAUGHTER DUO 💜💕💕💜💕💜💜💕💜💜💕💜💜💕💜💜💜 ( TWIRL DYNASTY ).”
Another commented, “She beautiful like her mom I know you waited along time for your happy enjoy god bless.”
Someone else said, “Awwww so sweet mommie daughter moment. You have your beautiful daughter.”
On Brooklyn’s Instagram page, she can be seen having fun in the pool, running around the vacation home with her uncle, and walking on the beach with a bag of potato chips while on her trip with her mom.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star welcomed her daughter on Nov. 4, 2018, with her estranged husband Marc Daly. This is the first and only child the couple has, and they made sure to give a special and meaningful name for their new bundle of joy.
Moore said, “Brooklyn because that’s where we met and fell in love, and Doris after my grandmother who passed away last year and who raised me.”
Unfortunately, Marc announced last week that he and Kenya are moving forward with their divorce once again. They initially announced their divorce in 2019 after being married for just 2 years. The two attempted to reconcile after the first announcement but have decided once more to go their separate ways.