Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kenya Moore, is opening up to Us Weekly about her desire to give her baby girl a sibling via surrogacy.
“I didn’t need to consider [surrogacy the first] time,” the 48 year-old said in a recent interview with the publication., told “But now that I’ve had complications after giving birth, it’s probably the only way I could carry, have a child again.”
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Moore and Marc Daily welcomed their daughter Brooklyn to the world last November. Moore suffered preeclampsia during the pregnancy. But now, she is ready for baby number two. “Brooklyn loves other kids. I would like for her to have a playmate and someone who is like her confidant and close [friend], and I want that for her. I just don’t know [when].”
Moore and her husband separated in September this year, but the pair have been successfully co-parenting their one-year-old daughter. “I’ve had a husband who is helping me raise our child together and I’m thankful that he was in our lives consistently for a great period of time since Brooklyn was born.”
Although Moore doesn’t have plans in the here and now to become mom of two, she told Us Weekly that, she is “pushing a certain number,” and wants to be “healthy, vibrant [and] available” for both children equally.