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Kenya Moore, 47, shows baby bump for FIRST time since announcing pregnancy as she poses with husband

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Kenya Moore is pregnant with her first child.

And on Tuesday evening the 47-year-old TV star showed her bump for the first time since she announced her pregnancy on an April episode of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.

Though the beauty was pushed up against her husband Marc Daly, a hint of the bump could still be seen.

Moore wore all white during a golf date with her husband; they were holding each other as the putting green could be seen in the background.

The caption read, '#DateNight with bae ❤️ (Bae's ring is on the table thank you for asking).'

The siren was beaming as she held onto her husband. 

She has admitted that she used in vitro fertilization to get pregnant.

The beauty told People in May that she didn't have 'a horror story.'

She began by sharing that after taking a pregnancy blood test, she grew so impatient while waiting for the result that she picked up an over-the-counter test and discovered she was expecting before her doctor called her with the happy news.

Kenya explained that 'they specifically tell you a start date to go and take a blood test because the ones you take over the counter, the pee-on-the-stick kind, don’t always show the hormone level if it’s not strong enough … so it may give you a negative when it's actually a positive.'

At the doctor's office, 'I was nervous because I hate to have my blood drawn. And then the technician who was drawing my blood said: "Did you cheat?" And I said: "What do you mean?" And she said: "Most people go and they’ll take the test over the counter."

'And I said: "No because it’s not as accurate as the blood test and I just don’t want any false alarms or to be let down when I really wasn’t supposed to be and it’s only a few hours away, so why not wait and get the proper results?"'

But while driving home she thought she should get a test from the supermarket.

So I rode to the supermarket and literally took the test in the supermarket bathroom because I could not wait. It was just overwhelming. I could not wait. And it was positive,' said Kenya, who is due late this year.

'And then I got the call from the doctor later that day confirming that I was indeed pregnant and had a positive test and what my HCG levels were. She said it was all really good news. I was like: "Oh my God, I don’t know what to say!"' 

Before discovering she was pregnant, she had to inject herself with 'hormones to stimulate her ovaries' - a prospect that initially galled her.

I tried it the first time, and I’m unusually afraid of needles. I can’t look when my blood is drawn and I hyperventilate when I see a needle. I hate it. But these needles, they’re very small. And it didn’t hurt. And the first time I did it, it was okay. It wasn’t any big deal. I just felt blessed because I was stronger than I thought I would be.'

The couple want to wait for the birth to discover the sex of the baby because 'We want to be surprised and we want to make it as natural as we can at this point. We just want a healthy baby,' and 'don't really care' about the gender.'

Moore was later slammed for saying during her People interview that IVF was a 'pretty simple process' but that may be because she had frozen eggs and did not have to buy an egg, which can make the process much longer and much more costly.

So the process could have been easier for her. 

Moore gave more details on her pregnancy while on Instagram live this month. 'I feel pretty good,' she said. 'No I don’t have a surrogate. I’m a smart girl. I have been wanting a family of my own for a very long time.' 

And she added that she started seeing a fertility specialists when she was 40 years old. I know how to freeze eggs and take certain supplements to increase my body’s chances of being a healthy environment and to produce fresh eggs,' she said. 

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