AceShowbiz - Kenya Moore is still legally married to her estranged husband Marc Daly. During a reunion episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" on Sunday, September 18, Kenya explained the progress of their divorce process after she filed the papers in May 2021.
"He's not asking for anything at this point. It's just at a standstill," the mom of one revealed. "So until we get a trial date or settle, it's still going to go on."
Even though the divorce is still ongoing, the reality TV star made it clear that she's so ready for a new relationship. "I'm definitely doing some group dating and have people pursuing me, but nothing serious yet," she said.
Kenya also told host Andy Cohen that her friends are trying to set her up. "People are flooding me with, 'Hey, my friend wants to meet you,' guys reaching out. I just have that energy right now," she divulged.
Kenya and Marc got married on June 10, 2017 before calling it quits two years later. However, they later decided to work on reconciliation though it didn't work out. "I'm just taking one step at a time. We have a lot of work to do and whether or not our marriage survives and everything, it's only God that knows that," she said back in 2020.
She also shared that she wanted to break free from their relationship for good. "I feel like it's been going on for years too," Kenya said in a May 2020 episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen". "Get me free! Get me free!"
Kenya eventually filed for divorce from Marc in 2021. In the petition, the 51-year-old listed the date of marriage as June 10, 2017 and the date of separation as September 19, 2019. She said they have lived in a "bonafide state of separation since that date."
In the document, the Bravo personality also noted that their marriage is "irretrievably broken" with no hopes of reconciliation. She additionally demanded sole physical and legal custody of their only daughter together, 3-year-old Brooklyn Doris Daly. Later in June of that year, Marc responded with his own request for "joint legal custody," adding that he was okay with Kenya having "primary custody."