AceShowbiz - It seems like Kenya Moore has a change of heart. After announcing her split from husband Marc Daly, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast member is allegedly trying to reconcile with the businessman.
Multiple people close to the production of Bravo's top rated TV show spill to MTO News that the mom of one is attempting "to get back with her ex." One of the proofs is that the TV star can be seen still wearing her wedding ring in her Instagram posts despite the split.
Additionally, it is said that Kenya has been blowing up Marc's phone, hoping for a reconciliation. "Kenya wants to reconcile. She knows that she overreacted with Marc, and wants to fix things," claims the insider.
Kenya herself has hinted that she's open to a reunion in a new interview with PEOPLE. "I didn't get married to quit. I love my husband. I don't doubt that he loves me," she shared to the publication on Wednesday, October 30. "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."
"I am hopeful, and have always wanted to work on our relationship," she continued, though she sounded disappointed while adding, "But I just don't know if that's even a possibility at this point, honestly."
"Marc doesn't seem to be there. I'd feel more comfortable calling it quits if I knew I'd tried everything and it still didn't work. And we definitely didn't do everything we could have done to save our relationship," she said of Marc, with whom she shares daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly.
Kenya and Marc announced their split on September 19 after getting married in June 2017 in St. Lucia. "It is with profound sadness that I regret to inform my fans that I am divorcing my husband Marc Daly. Due to recent and ongoing circumstances, I can no longer continue in the marriage. My sole concern and focus is and will always be my daughter, Brooklyn, my miracle baby. She was made in love and true commitment. I ask for our privacy to be respected moving forward," Kenya said in a statement at the time.