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Kenya Moore talks babies on ‘WWHL’; first IVF treatment scheduled

Kenya Moore wants to have a baby
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Kenya Moore isn’t letting the concerns about her fight with Porsha Stewart get in the way of her future. While one of the biggest brawls ever seen on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” has been the talk of the country, it appears that Kenya Moore is thinking about babies. According to Tamra Tattles on Sunday, the reality star is getting ready for her first IVF treatment.

On “Watch What Happens LiveAndy Cohen sat down with Kenya Moore on Sunday night and talked life after the ending of the season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” The frank discussion touched on issues surrounding the feud, concerns about other cast members and what the star is doing after the taping of the show is over (and the taping of "Celebrity Apprentice" is done too.) Apparently, it is time for Moore to start a family.

Kenya Moore confirmed that on June 2 she has her first IVF treatment scheduled. This is the first step of an elaborate process to conceive a child. The chance to share her exciting news with the fans had everyone impressed as Kenya seemed to glow discussing the plans. The reality star hasn't been shy in discussing her desire to have a family and it seems that she is moving forward on the plans.

One thing for sure is public opinion isn't on the side of Kenya Moore. After her interview the social media outlets were full of comments questioning just about everything the star said. Leaving many to believe that the reality star might have a problem coming back to the show as people are having trouble distinguishing fact from fiction.

What will happen to Kenya Moore’s place on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta?” Fans will agree that it was impossible to read Andy Cohen on any level. He seemed annoyed, supportive and delighted all at the same time. Will he recommend that Kenya Moore returns? Only time will tell and viewers will have to wait and see.

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