Kenya Moore Hopes She & Husband Marc Daly Will Reconcile, Denies He Has A Secret Family: In Terms Of Infidelity, There’s NO Proof

Kenya Moore Hopes She & Husband Marc Daly Will Reconcile, Denies He Has A Secret Family: In Terms Of Infidelity, There’s NO Proof

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” fans were shocked at the news that Kenya Moore and husband of two years, Marc Daly, had separate – especially considering their “Tamron Hall Show” appearance just days prior.

But, as we previously reported, both Kenya and Marc released contradictory statements on their split, leaving fans wondering, “What really happened in the Daly household?” After rumors of infidelity and tax issues, Kenya is clearing the air. She says:

“I think a lot of people were rooting for me, rooting for us, and rooting for our beautiful family. So for something to come out of the blue, I know it really hurt and confused a lot of people who were on our side…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.”

Marc Daly, Brooklyn Daly, Kenya Moore

Kenya reveals that splitting their time between homes in New York and Atlanta caused a strain in their marriage:

“The distance had really been taking a toll on us. Initially when we had the baby, it was great. He was there for every single doctor’s appointment, every ultrasound, every scare, we were 90 percent together. He was a very supportive husband during that time. Marc opened up two new businesses and is opening up another. It was frustrating for me that he kept opening businesses in New York, but listen — I want him to be successful and that’s how he feeds his family. So I couldn’t be selfish. But if you’re living in two different places, you have to be together during the times you are in the same place; either you’re both in NY and you’re both in Atlanta. And when we’d be in the same place, we weren’t always in the same place. So with the businesses, the distance, and the baby, it just became hard for us to figure it all out.”

She defends why they didn’t choose one city as their home base:

“New York and Atlanta, it gave us a full life. There’s no other city like New York in the world; I loved our life there. And Marc, he loves Atlanta. He has his own friends here, and it’s a family environment where there’s a home and a yard for kids to play, without the daily anxiety of living in a big city. It was the best of both worlds.”





Unfortunately, the distance led to surmounting communication issues:

“We communicate in very different ways. I’m seen as tough on the show because I take up for myself…but in my relationships at home, I am the opposite. I’m not a fighter. I don’t want to fight at home. I want to be able to talk; I want to be able to rationally discuss things. And I get to the point where, I’ll withdraw if it seems too combative or not healthy.”

Kenya Moore insists that the rumors of Marc Daly having a secret family are false:

“None of that is true. I can tell you I’ve heard a lot of rumors about secret families. I can tell you that’s completely made up; there’s zero truth to that. In terms of infidelity, I’ve had no proof of that. That’s not our issue.”

The couple has not filed for divorce, and despite Marc’s resistance – Kenya says she is still hopeful that they will reconcile:

“I am hopeful, and have always wanted to work on our relationship. 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.”

Kenya Moore, Marc Daly





Lastly, the former Miss USA shares what she thinks could save her marriage:

“If the communication were better and more open and honest, I think we could solve our problems. Counseling could be a big proponent in flushing out issues a couple may have. Then after a considerable amount of time and effort, you can make the decision whether you can come to a common ground and you can still work on the relationship or not. And I never got that opportunity. I’m not saying that opportunity may not exist in the future. But I just don’t have a complete sense of if that’s something that he’s still willing to do.”

theJasmineBRAND wishes both Marc Daly and Kenya Moore the best moving forward.

Written by Miata Shanay





Authored by: Miata Shanay