Kenya Moore units the report on Marc Daly Divorce Submitting, Alimony

There have been some big developments lately in Kenya Moore’s relationship with Marc Daly at The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

While the couple stayed apart in season 13, Kenya revealed during a meeting with her lawyer Antavius ​​Weems on the February 28 episode of RHOA that Marc had broadcast their love songs and expressed that he wanted their relationship is working. Kenya’s lawyer told her it was surprising because he had just been told that Marc had filed for divorce in New York, where he is based.

When Kenya appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on March 7, she said that Marc “100 percent” didn’t know he was going to file for divorce when he sent her those love songs (clip above). She later revealed during the WWHL After Show that one of those tracks was “Need U Bad” by Jazmine Sullivan. “This song is heartbreaking,” said Kenya. “It’s so incredible.”

Kenya spoke more to Marc through WWHL about the above legal matters and dealt with the child support petition that appeared to be part of his subsequent divorce. “He never said out of his own mouth that he wanted maintenance. He said we had misinterpreted New York law,” said Kenya. “So he pulled it, the divorce petition, the next day, and he still hasn’t filed in Georgia and he hasn’t asked for child support or payments.”

When Kenya’s girlfriend, Cynthia Bailey, was preparing to tie the knot herself on the March 7th episode of RHOA, there was much talk of the fact that she and her then-husband Mike Hill hadn’t signed a pre-contract with their wedding only a few days away. Kenya commented on the episode, “I always tell people to prepare,” and she talked more about the absence of one from Cynthia in the WWHL.

“She said she was getting a postnup so I hope she will go through that,” Kenya said. “You know, she’s in her fifties and beyond [her first husband, Peter Thomas]I would just think that she would be the first to slide the paper across the desk. But I think she just has to make her own decision. “

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However, when it came to not signing a prenup of her own before marrying Marc, Kenya admitted that she “dropped the ball”. “You know, I’m such an advocate of prenups because I believe they protect both parties and I think that especially when you’re successful, you want to protect what you’ve earned and what you’ve fought for all of your life have life, “shared Kenya on WWHL. “And I just think I was in love, and when he said he didn’t want one because it was predicted where we’d be, I just agreed because a lot of the things I owned I owned right before Marriage I felt protected. “

When Andy Cohen asked Kenya in WWHL how she and Marc are doing today, she said: “Starting today [laughs]? Good.”

Andy noted that it looked like her and Marc’s status “changes every time I speak to you,” which she agreed to. “It does because the emotions are really high Andy, and I never got divorced, I never had a breakup, I never had a child with anyone. So, all of these things are new to me,” Kenya said. “And with Marc, I think he’s still in love. I still have love for Marc. We’re just in a very difficult place and nobody really wants to pull the trigger.”

Kenya stated that seeking custody of their 2-year-old daughter Brooklyn was their primary focus at the time. “I now had to do what was best for Brooklyn because I’m their primary custody parent,” she said. “So I had to file this lawsuit for myself because of course I have to have certain rights.”

Marc had previously addressed the status of his marriage to Kenya in a statement to The Root in January.

“After Kenya and I recently took part in mediation, we agreed to end our marriage. I will always take great care of her and look forward to continuing to raise our daughter Brooklyn together with an abundance of love and wisdom,” said Marc. “As always, my main focus, in addition to constant self-improvement, will continue to be helping the underserved and colored people of Brooklyn recover from the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. That focus will take shape through the use of my restaurant.” As a “community hub” in which positive and diverse perspectives on important topics such as economic strengthening, social activism and political engagement can be highlighted in a safe and productive forum. I am blessed to be a positive change maker not only for my family but also my community. “

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Kenya opens up more about Marc in The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s After Show below.

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