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Kenya Moore Says Her Husband Marc Daly “Wants To Work On The Marriage” — Plus Kenya Reacts To Apollo Nida’s Criticism Of Marc!

Kenya Moore's marital issues with husband Marc Daly have been the main focal point in her storyline this season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta aside from her ongoing feuds and drama with her some of her co-stars.

While the couple announced their separation a few months back, the former Miss USA winner addressed where things currently stand with her estranged husband and the father of her daughter, Brooklyn Daly.

"We're actually getting along better than we've gotten along probably shortly after we got married," she said during her recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen @ Home, according to Bravo's The Daily Dish. "It's just been no arguments, no real fights or disagreements. He's been really sweet and caring and thoughtful. It's like, 'Wow, this is the man I married.'"

"He has been here. He has stayed here when he comes to town," she said, noting, "He wants to work on the marriage. He wants to be a better person."

While the couple is in a better place, they are self-quarantining separately amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with Kenya and Brooklyn together in Atlanta and Marc in NYC where he owns a restaurant.

"We're not together being quarantined because when everything happened he was in New York and now he's just trying to keep his restaurant alive and feeding people at the hospital and doing his own deliveries and stuff like that," she explained.

During her appearance on WWHL @ Home, Moore shared her thoughts on what Apollo Nida, who has never met Marc in person, had to say about her husband.

Moore simply said, "I guess he's calling it as he sees it."

Nida slammed Daly during a live YouTube chat with Straight from the A's Michelle Brown earlier this month for the way he was treating Moore on RHOA. "I don't like that guy, man," Apollo said, adding that he believes Marc is "demeaning." "He's not cool, man. He's not cool."

Kenya said that she comments on their relationships just as much as everyone on RHOA has talked about hers through the years. "I think everyone has put my relationships on blast. Roll the tapes back," she said during the WWHL: @ Home After Show, according to The Daily Dish. "I was definitely not exempt from the wrath of Phaedra, of Porsha [Williams], of any girl who had been in contact with me on the show. They had something to say. Shereé [Whitfield]. Everyone."

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