Kenya Moore Opens Up About The Way Motherhood Has Changed Her

Kenya Moore Opens Up About The Way Motherhood Has Changed Her
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Kenya Moore was known as the single, beautiful, and gone with the wind fabulous trouble starter on Real Housewives of Atlanta for many years. After the model secretly wed her soon-to-be ex-husband Marc Daly, she was given the boot for keeping too much of her journey to wedded family bliss under wraps.

Now that the Queen of Twirls has returned, viewers will begin seeing Moore as a wife and ending the season as a single mother.

Although it is quite sad that her happily ever after ended abruptly, the real love of her life is her adorable daughter Brooklyn Daly.

Adjusting to being a mom after so many years of riding solo is a big deal for any woman. It's especially challenging when you're a career woman and reality star like Kenya.

She recently spoke to Upscale Magazine about the way motherhood has affected her.

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'I am definitely more compassionate. I’m 100 percent more patient. I feel more kind, but I’m also less tolerant of fake news and people who are disingenuous or not kind. I strive to be the best mother I can be. I’m very attentive and believe it’s important to make her feel like she is the most important person in my life.'

As far as her sweet baby girl goes, the infant stands in as her travel buddy and best friend.

'She’s the happiest baby, and I love to laugh with her. Her laughter is contagious. Brooklyn is my ultimate companion. We have been out of the country several times together with Brooklyn. At this point, I cannot see me leaving the country without her.'

Although the RHOA star may be more patient and kind, she's not afraid to start and end conflict with her co-stars.

There have already been reports that Kenya is bringing the drama to the series that had a relatively calm season last year.

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