(Daily Mail)She recently admitted she feared for her marriage.
But it looks like 46-year-old Kenya Moore is leaving no stone unturned in her quest to build a life with her new husband, Marc Daly, as the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star was spotted entering an IVF treatment facility in Barbados earlier this week, according to TMZ.
She was spotted alone, but businessman husband ‘will arrive Friday,’ according to the gossip site.
The former Celebrity Apprentice contestant and her restaurateur husband ‘are down in the Caribbean doing everything they can to get pregnant through IVF treatments,’ say TMZ.
No cameras have been spotted so it’s unlikely the treatments are being documented for RHOA.
But TMZ’s sources have told them ‘Kenya wants to discuss her experience during the reunion show taping early next year.’
No stone unturned: The former Celebrity Apprentice contestant and her restaurateur husband ‘are down in the Caribbean doing everything they can to get pregnant through IVF treatments’
On Sunday’s episode of RHOA, the newly married former Miss USA broke down and emotionally confessed she was worried she was heading for divorce.
Tears flowed as Kenya could be heard telling production staff off camera how concerned she was about her fledgling marriage.
She explained that her entrepreneur husband was still living in New York while she stayed in Atlanta and that he was struggling to deal with her fame.
‘All this pressure. And it’s like too much too deal with and I don’t want to get divorced,’ she cried.
Fly girl: Moore explained that her entrepreneur husband was still living in New York while she stayed in Atlanta and that he was struggling to deal with her fame. Seen here in September
On Wednesday, the Miss universe contestant took to social media to share a photo of her with the man who introduced her to her husband: Roble Ali.
The star of reality TV show Chef Roble & Co introduced her to her husband at Marc’s restaurant Soco, in Brooklyn.
She captioned the post: ‘Pictured: @chefroble and me I owe this guy so much for introducing me to my husband.’
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