Kenya Moore And Marc Daly Finalize Divorce After Three Years

They are parents to a four-year-old daughter named Brooklyn.

It's been a long time coming, but Kenya Moore and Marc Daly are legally divorced.

On Tuesday (Dec. 12), Moore confirmed to PEOPLE that their mediation is finally over. For the couple, this divorce has been several years in the making. 

"After more than three years of litigation, I have finally been granted a divorce," she told the outlet in an exclusive statement about her private mediation with Daly, whom she shares a four-year-old daughter with. "I want to thank everyone who prayed for and uplifted me when I needed it the most."

"I’m excited for this next chapter in my life and being the best mom I can be for my daughter, Brooklyn."

When the reality star appeared on "Watch What Happens Live" hosted by Andy Cohen in January, she dubbed her separation from Daly "the world's longest divorce" after initially filing in May 2021. 

Last month while attending BravoCon, the reality star discussed why their divorce had yet to be settled.

“We had a court hearing and then got on the trial calendar, so were going to go to trial, and then we got bumped off the trial calendar. I can’t make this stuff up," she said during a panel discussion at the event.

While at that event, she manifested major movement ahead of the year's end.

"I’m saying it right now: I will be single and divorced before 2024,” she added.

While it appears that her dreams have come true in the divorce world, she is not letting her new status hinder her romantic hopes for the future.

"As a hopeless romantic, I still believe my forever person exists and know I’ll have my happily ever after ending after all," she explained.

In May 2021, the former Miss USA filed for divorce from her husband, Daly, after two years of marriage. 

Earlier this year, Moore appeared on the "Tamron Hall" show and said she regretted not signing a prenuptial agreement before they tied the knot.

“I always say prenup for everyone because it protects both parties. I used to date an agent—an NBA agent—and he would see all of these guys you know that made $100 million and then they get married and they always take it away. So he would always tell me, you know prenups protect you, he would show me the prenup. And I understood it. But when it came to my marriage, I said I want a prenup. He was adamant about not having one.”

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