Kenya Moore Opens Up About Her Split From Marc Daly, “If The Communication Were Better And More Open And Honest, I Think We Could Solve Our Problems.”

Kenya Moore Opens Up About Her Split From Marc Daly, “If The Communication Were Better And More Open And Honest, I Think We Could Solve Our Problems.”

Back in September Kenya Moore and her husband Marc Daly revealed the shocking news that they were separating after two years of marriage. Now Kenya is opening up about their split, what led to their decision to split up, and the different ways she has tried to work things out.

In an interview with People, Kenya revealed that she and Marc have not filed for divorce just yet and she would love to work things out, but only if she and her estranged husband could work through their issues.

She said, “I didn’t get married to quit. I love my husband. I don’t doubt that he loves me. Let me be clear, I took my vows seriously. I believe in for better and for worse and I believe in trying it all before you walk away, especially when we do have a child and we are a family.”

However, according to Kenya, she’s not sure Marc is completely there when it comes to working on their relationship. “I am hopeful and have always wanted to work on our relationship. But I just don’t know if that’s even a possibility at this point, honestly,” she said.

Adding that they didn’t do everything that they could have done to save their relationship.

Shortly after they announced their split, rumors started to circulate that infidelity played a role in their split. However, Kenya denies the rumors and says that it’s far from the truth. “I can tell you I’ve heard a lot of rumors about secret families. I can tell you that’s completely made up; there’s zero truth to that. In terms of infidelity, I’ve had no proof of that. That’s not our issue.”

Kenya revealed the real issue behind their split was the distance started to put a strain on their relationship, and the communication started to deteriorate. The couple managed their households in both New York City, and with Marc’s businesses being located in New York, that didn’t make things easy.

“The distance had really been taking a toll on us. Initially, when we had the baby, it was great. He was there for every single doctor’s appointment, every ultrasound, every scare, we were 90 percent together. He was a very supportive husband during that time.”

However, things started to become more difficult after their daughter’s birth.

Kenya explained, “Marc opened up two new businesses and is opening up another. It was frustrating for me that he kept opening businesses in New York, but listen — I want him to be successful and that’s how he feeds his family. So, I couldn’t be selfish. But if you’re living in two different places, you have to be together during the times you are in the same place; either you’re both in NY and you’re both in Atlanta. And when we’d be in the same place, we weren’t always in the same place.”

She added, “If the communication were better and more open and honest, I think we could solve our problems.”

As a method to help fix their relationship, Kenya says she pushed Marc to go to counseling, but he reportedly hasn’t agreed to do so.


Check out the full interview here.


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