On Sunday night, Kenya Moore stepped out for the first time publicly for an event with new husband Marc Daly. They attended Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Oscars Party and gushed about their relationship.
“When you finally are at peace with yourself and you find someone who centers you and who loves you unconditionally and they just bring out the best in you, you want to be a better person for them,” Moore said. “And I feel like I want to be a better person for not only myself but for my husband. I think we bring out the best in each other. I think that’s how it should be. I’ve never felt that before. I just felt, ‘I’m good’ and never felt I needed to work on myself and just elevate. I think my husband really just helps me to elevate and see things from a different perspective.”
It’s great to see Moore in such a positive place, especially when one considers that all of the previous relationships she’s been in and displayed on The Real Housewives of Atlanta haven’t been the healthiest.
Of course, when the 47-year-old made her debut on the reality show in 2012, she was in a relationship with a guy named Walter Jackson, the owner of a car towing company. The expectation of their relationship ending in an engagement put a lot of pressure and stress on it, and the pair eventually blew up and went their separate ways.
Not to mention, there were rumors that he was hired to pretend to be her boyfriend for the show. He played into that during an interview with The Daily Mail back in 2014.
“She’s very good entertainment and the viewers want to tune in and watch what she’s going to do or say next, but nothing you see is real, I mean come on, does anyone actually believe what she says anymore?,” he said.
“I’m not a hater,” he added, “I think she is a great actress and great entertainment, but people need to open their eyes a bit if they think what they see from her is reality.”
These days, Moore isn’t the only one happily married and living her best life. Jackson has also moved on, is married according to Life&Style, and is a father (again).
Already the father of a 10-year-old son, Jackson married a woman named Lana Lee and welcomed a daughter named Amirah in 2017. She just turned one late last month:
It’s nice to see everyone has found their match and is happy. Growth is a beautiful thing!