Kenya Moore and Marc Daly aren't back together, but according to a new report, they're doing what they can to successfully co-parent their 1-year-old daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly.
According to a March 28 report from Hollywood Life, the Real Housewives of Atlanta stars -- who announced their breakup in September of last year, after over two years of marriage -- are doing their best and "working hard" to co-parent Brooklyn. This news comes despite the current drama they are facing on episodes from Season 12 of the Bravo reality show.
"She's allowing him to see Brooklyn a lot which he has been doing. They're trying to work on their relationship, not necessarily for the sake of getting back together, but for the sake of co-parenting and Brooklyn," an insider explained.
The source went on to claim that when it comes to a romantic reconciliation between Moore and Daly, the chances of such appeared to be dwindling. That said, the insider also suggested that the co-parenting relationship between the former couple has actually improved substantially in recent months.
"Kenya really is encouraging Marc to have the best relationship he can for their daughter but romantically, it doesn't seem to be in the cards right now."
During an upcoming episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Moore will apparently be seen banning Daly from staying at their house after Daly suggested that she was being kept in the dark about "a lot of things." She'll then purportedly be featured admitting that she's not sure how visitation should work between Daly and their daughter, but will make it clear that she wants her estranged husband to be able to see their child whenever he is in Atlanta.
As fans may have seen, Moore and Daly celebrated Brooklyn's first birthday as a family last year.As The Inquisitr previously reported, Moore's co-star, Cynthia Bailey, voiced her concerns over Daly's poor treatment of Moore during an episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta weeks ago. Her remarks came after Daly failed to thank Moore for her help with his charity event. As Bailey explained at the time, she didn't appreciate Daly's snub of Moore.
"I'm not saying that he intentionally set out to not thank her, I just thought it was just really in poor taste that he didn't," Bailey said in a Bravo recap, per Hollywood Life. "I've seen all sides to Marc. I've seen Marc where he's amazing … and then I've seen other sides where I don't get it. He's not that nice."