Kenya Moore Says 'Very Curious' Daughter Brooklyn, 4, Asked Her 'Why Did You Marry Daddy?'

The RHOA star is in the midst of a divorce from husband Marc Daly after they separated more than two years ago.

Real Housewives of Atlanta is back for Season 15 and so is Kenya Moore.

The 52-year-old reality star is raising her daughter, Brooklyn, who has some interesting questions about love and marriage--even as Moore is in the midst of a stressful divorce from the 4-year-old's father, Marc Daly.

Moore told People that little Brooklyn is "very curious about marriage right now."

"She's asked me a lot about why I married daddy... I don't know if she's getting it from school or from YouTube Kids or something, but she asks a lot of questions about marriage," Moore says. "Like, 'When did daddy and you get married? Can I see your dress?' and she wants to see photos and stuff, so I let her."

Moore continues, "The other day she said, 'Oh, so I'm going to pretend to be married when I'm playing' And I don't want her to pretend to be married, I don't know why. I don't want her to pretend being married or playing doctor. I'm paranoid."

The former Miss USA shared that she has high hopes for her only child.

"I now have two au pairs, Spanish and French, because I want her to learn both and then eventually Mandarin. But she loves all of it," Moore told the magazine. "I want her to be prepared to be a boss, an international boss.

"She needs to just be prepared. I want her to have a global mindset. It's something I didn't have growing up. I just knew about Detroit and my family and my surroundings," Moore notes. "But then when I got older and I was introduced to international travel and people from around the world, it was eye-opening and enlightening. I saw the world differently, and I want that for my daughter too."

On a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, Moore called her divorce from Daly the "longest divorce ever." She added that there weren't any particular sticking points, just legal hoops for her to jump through. When asked why Daly would want to drag out the divorce, she responded, "That's a question for another day." She and Daly married in June 2017 and the couple did not have a prenuptial agreement.

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