Of course, this major life update was surprising to Kenya's Atlanta squad, who had heard barely anything about the lucky guy. They didn't even know his name.
But Kenya is defending her right to be private about her personal life amid the chatter from her fellow Georgia Peaches. "Thank you for all the love, support and well wishes tonight. My wedding was incredibly beautiful, intimate and PRIVATE...that's what we wanted," Kenya shared on Instagram Sunday. "I married for love not for cameras. I met a man who was so special to me I would have married him at the courthouse."
Kenya went on to say that a few of her loved ones were there to witness her nuptials, and she's hoping that more friends and family will be able to take part in a future ceremony, including her father. "My marriage is sacred to me and my Aunt Lori, Brandon, my sister Lisa and best friend of 30 years all attended for my side," she wrote. "My husband and I always planned to have a bigger wedding in June. I love my father dearly and he will walk me down the aisle."
RHOA fans took a walk down memory lane in Sunday night's premiere as they recalled the ups and downs in Kenya's love life over the years. "So glad I waited for my King," Kenya tweeted during the episode. "These flashbacks are so 100 years ago so glad I'm in a different place now #GodisGood."
Kenya also explained why she is looking to move out of her iconic Moore Manor home and into a new abode with Marc as they begin married life. "I believe when you get married you should move into a new home together to build a new life," she tweeted to one fan. "To each his own."
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