Kenya Moore Shares 3D Ultrasound And Baby Daly “Has Daddy’s Lips And Nose”
With her baby shower around the corner and being in the last stages of her pregnancy, Kenya Moore is excited to share this very exciting time in her life. The 47-year-old posted a 3D ultrasound from her recent prenatal appointment where you can get a better view of the baby’s face, and it turns out, baby Daly is going to look a lot like his or her father, Marc Daly. She shared a side-by-side image of the ultrasound with Daly’s nose and lips to show the resemblance.
“This is a 3D image from an ultrasound. It looks like play-doh or Clamation LOL but you can make out a face!” she wrote on Instagram. “The black is not hair it’s just part of the image
No you can’t tell if it’s a boy or girl
But OMG the baby has daddy’s lips and nose!”
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First look!! #babydaly 3D image! This is a 3D image from an ultrasound. It looks like play-doh or Clamation LOL but you can make out a face! The black is not hair it's just part of the image No you can't tell if it's a boy or girl But OMG the baby has daddy's lips and nose! #miraclebaby #firstlook #3Dultrasound #love #family #ThatsMrsDalyToYou #kenyamoore #IVF #marcdaly
As previously mentioned, Moore has been more forthcoming with information about her pregnancy as she has progressed in it. Last month, she shared that she was 200 pounds, her due date is around Thanksgiving, and a name had already been picked for baby Daly. She’s also hoping to show her experience on a reality special since she won’t be on Season 11 of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
“I’m sharing as much as I can and I do have a project up my sleeves,” she said. “They’ll get an inside glance into as many moments as I can and whatever I chose to share with the public, they definitely see a lot that I experienced from baby shower to birth to planning stages.”
Her transparency may have a lot to do with the fact that she’s so close to finally having everything she’s wanted for a long time.
“I have so much love to give to my baby and I’m just so thankful that I will have the opportunity to do so,” she said. “I’ve been through so much in my personal life and to finally get to this point and to be supported, it’s the most amazing feeling that anyone could ever have.”