Days before Kenya Moore and Marc Daly announced their decision to divorce, nothing seemed out of the ordinary for The Real Housewives of Atlanta couple. They were even making major public appearances together, such as their first TV appearance as a family with daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly on The Tamron Hall Show on Monday, September 16.
Prior to appearing on the talk show, Kenya filmed a video of herself cruising around New York City with Marc and Brooklyn. In it, she mentioned that Marc "was not happy with me for posting a semi-nude picture of himself sleeping with the baby the other day.”
Marc then noted that he didn't give Kenya "permission" to post the photo. “I told him," Kenya said while laughing. "He said it was without his permission and I said, ‘Report me to Instagram.'"
Marc replied, “Ay, ay, ay. See what I have to live with?”
However, Kenya made it clear that this exchange was all in good fun. “If you guys are around us for five minutes, you know that we each have very sort of dry senses of humor,” she said. “And it’s just funny. People always think we’re arguing, but we’re not arguing. We’re just always like — we just have our own way of laughing and communicating with each other.”
“I believe I’m really witty, and you have a dry sense of humor,” Marc said, to which Kenya replied, “I am witty also.”
Marc then corrected, “I’m extremely funny, she’s dry.”
Kenya said as they both continued to laugh, “Uh, I’m not as dry as his feet."
Later in the video, Kenya mimicked Marc thanking fans for their support. She also poked fun at him for not smiling in his pictures.
Kenya and Marc announced their decision to divorce after two years of marriage on Thursday, September 19. The couple wed in June 2017 in an intimate beach ceremony in St. Lucia. They welcomed Brooklyn, their first child together, in November 2018.
"It is with profound sadness that I regret to inform my fans that I am divorcing my husband Marc Daly,” Kenya said in a statement to PEOPLE. “Due to recent and ongoing circumstances, I can no longer continue in the marriage. My sole concern and focus is and will always be my daughter, Brooklyn, my miracle baby. She was made in love and true commitment. I ask for our privacy to be respected moving forward."
Marc said in a separate statement to the publication: “I have come to the difficult decision to separate from Kenya at this time. Our daughter has two parents that love her very much and in her best interests, this situation should remain as private as possible. I cherish our family’s good times together and will continue to co-parent in a loving way. Rumors, innuendo or false accusations only serve to hurt our family and will be addressed through counsel as the law permits. Please respect our privacy during this challenging period.”