It seems Kenya Moore feels a new picture she shared to social media is so awe-worthy there was no caption needed. And based on the reaction of her followers, she was right!
Moore, who is making her return to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” next season, uploaded a photo to Instagram Thursday where she posed at the golden hour in Midtown Atlanta.
Wearing a fitted purple blouse and equally fitted cream-colored pencil skirt paired with a gold-colored clutch and color-blocked platform heels, Moore looked on down the road as the anonymous photographer snapped the pic.
The image resulted in many fans heaping on the compliments.
“Please take your foot off of our necks @thekenyamoore, my Lord!!🔥🔥😍😍🚨🚨”
“Girl, that waistline is no joke. You look great!”
“Wow you look gorgeous Mrs Kenya Moore Daily 👑🍑❤️”
“Let’s have a moment of silence for the Slayage it’s just too much🔥”
“Girl, did you get a stylist? You’ve always had style, but damn!! Motherhood & Marriage looks GOOOOOD on you!”
“@thekenyamoore doll be slaying in this ATL streets #atlanta just 🔥🔥🔥”
Moore’s model-esque photo ought to come as no surprise. Well before the star was a staple of reality television, she was Miss USA 1993. In the years since she became a star of music videos by the likes of Jay-Z and Jermaine Dupri for their 1998 single “Money Ain’t a Thang,” and the 1990s vocal quartet Shai’s “I Don’t Wanna be Alone.” She even did some acting work in films like “Waiting to Exhale” and on TV shows such as “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
While Moore is readying her return to “RHOA,” season 12 of which airs on Bravo in November, she’s also been landing more recent acting roles. She recently had a guest appearance on Bounce’s “Saints & Sinners.”
But it’s not just work that has Moore occupied nowadays. She’s also been hands-on with daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly, whom she shares with her New York-based restaurant owner husband Marc Daly. Recently, Brookie took up gymnastics class and had fans cracking up over her facial expression.
Seeming to take the course seriously, Brooklyn dared the instructor who held her little feet in her hands not to drop her — or else.
“She looked back like ‘Like drop me if you want sus.’”
“Her expressions are priceless. She looking at her like ‘dats all you got??’”
“Looking back 👀 Gurl don’t drop me 😆🤣🤣”
“She turned around like do something else to make my mommy proud.”