The reality TV star Eva Marcille reposts Kenya Moore’s post on her social media featuring an important message about National Infertility Day, extending her support to the cause.
It was once the talk of the town on how Kenya faced significant obstacles while she tried to conceive. And only after a lengthy struggle, was she able to have her adorable baby girl Brooklyn Daly. And recently Eva Marcille supports Kenya Moore and presents National Infertility Week in her latest post on social media.
Kenya’s original post talks about the start of the National Infertility Week. It urges the followers to donate to the noble cause as Kenya has personally donated $20,000. The ambassador for babyquestgrants, Kenya says ‘having a child should not be an issue of class’ and requests her fans and friends to help the’ families suffering from infertility’ to have a child with their donations in the form of a grant.
The post continues discussing Kenya’s long years of struggle to have a baby documented in her show the Real Housewives of Atlanta. She considers being blessed to be able to afford the treatment. And even though she had a high-risk pregnancy at the age of 46, by the grace of God, he was ‘able to bring a healthy baby into this world’. She ponders what her life would’ve been in this troubled time of death and isolation without her baby girl and her family. She urges people to help at http://Www.babyquestfoundation.org/Kenya with whatever they can on National Infertile Week. Eva Marcille showed her support to Kenya and the cause by reposting it on her social media account.
One fan posted ‘I love you Kenya, you, and kandi y’all are strong women with your own Brain and not follower, y’all don’t bow down to the big huge heavy bully which is nene.’
Another follower requested her to remove Nene off the show seemingly irritated by Nene acting like a 5-year-old onscreen and especially with the various face tunes and filters on her social media posts.
The fan-favorite Eva has pleased the fans when she took on Kenya’s model challenge recently.