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Kenya Moore Going to Counseling 'Soon' with Marc Daly

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By porschesimpson

Kenya Moore lives her life in front of the camera, sharing her journey on the successful Bravo reality show, The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Of course, no one's life is perfect, so when it came to the truth about Moore's marriage with restaurant owner, Marc Daly, it was exposed in front of our television screens. The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in 2017, after dating for six months. Moore's co-stars, Cynthia Bailey and Nene Leakes didn't believe she was really married.

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They addressed their concern in front of the cameras; causing some fans to think her marriage was a lie. Especially because none of them had even met him. But, it wasn't. Over time, Moore finally introduced Marc to her friends, and the public, sharing sweet photos of them together on social media. Less than one year after tying the knot, the couple announced they were expecting their first child together. Kenya and Marc welcomed their daughter, Brooklyn Daly, in November 2018.

Unfortuntaely, after becoming parents, their relationship made a turn for the worst. During a sit-down interview with EntertainmentTonight. Moore opened up about how parenthood changed their relationship saying, Once the baby came, things just, you know -- the stress of life made our relationship deteriorate, and we couldn’t find our way back to it. If you tune in to watch RHOA this season, you know Kenya is transparent about her marriage woes, explaining how Marc likes their daughter to sleep in bed with them, putting a strain on their sex life.

Another issue they had was Marc not wanting to hire a nanny so he and Kenya could go on vacation for her birthday. Those issues, plus ones not shown on television, led to the couple announcing their separation in September 2019, after two years of marriage. Despite the announcement, Kenya continues to wear her wedding ring, even expressing high hopes that her marriage will improve. I would like to stay in this marriage because I still have love for my husband, but it has to change -- a lot of things will have to change. she said on ET.

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The 49 year-old said communication is their downfall, saying they've never had a healthy fight. Despite their issues, the couple sees light at the end of the tunnel, agreeing to seek counseling. We are still apart, but we are better friends now than we have been in a very long time. We're co-parenting great. We are going to be going to counseling soon. So, I'm optimistic. Hopefully these two can bring their marriage to a positive space in 2020. Being married to someone that lives in a different state than you is difficult enough, let alone extra problems. Can these two make their marriage gone with the wind fabulous again?

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