What Kenya Moore's Daughter, Brooklyn Does While She Is Filming RHOA

The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" never disappoints when it comes to drama and intrigue — and we have Kenya Moore to partially thank for that. The longtime housewife knows a thing or two about how to do a confessional interview and, now that she's a mom, her daughter sticks around to help her out while she works.

According to Bravo TV, two-year-old Brooklyn runs around the set while Kenya films her interviews for the show. The outlet notes that Moore's daughter accompanies her to most engagements and is almost always around when the cameras are rolling. The reality star captioned an Instagram photo of Brooklyn touching the fake backdrop, "Why can't I sit on the sofa mommy? #RHOA."

Apparently, the toddler has been busy trying out new activities, including being the face of her mother's hair care line. "My daughter Brooklyn is the face of @kenyamoorehair because her happiness embodies the power of a dream and hard work. God is good," she wrote on Instagram. The outlet also notes that she frequently plays pretend as a chef and a doctor. Only time will tell what the future has in store for this inventive girl.

Kenya Moore filed for divorce from Brooklyn's father

While their Instagram accounts show a happy, smiling family, Kenya Moore has gone through a lot of ups and downs with her estranged husband of four years, Marc Daly. People reports that the two married in 2017 and welcomed Brooklyn in late 2018. The couple was on and off again for years until the reality star confirmed they had officially gone their separate ways in March 2021 with Moore filing for divorce — Daly initially requested alimony but withdrew his petition the next day, citing a misinterpretation of New York state law.

"It does, because emotions are really high, Andy, and I've never been through a divorce. I've never had a separation. I've never had a child with anyone, so all of these things are new for me," she said on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" at the time.

"With Marc, I think, you know, he's still in love. I still have love for Marc. We are just in a very difficult place, and no one wants to really pull the trigger. But I had to do what was best for Brooklyn for right now, because I am her primary custodial parent," she added.

Despite the drama, Brooklyn seems happy and healthy at her mother's side.