'RHOA' star Kenya Moore says co-sleeping with infant daughter destroyed her sex life and led to split with estranged husband Marc Daly

"She's in bed all the time. He does not want me to put her in a crib. It's been difficult. We [sleep together] when we can, but it definitely is not as often as I would like," Moore shared


                            'RHOA' star Kenya Moore says co-sleeping with infant daughter destroyed her sex life and led to split with estranged husband Marc Daly

Kenya Moore opened up about the intimacy issues that she had been facing with her estranged husband Marc Daly before their split due to the fact that the couple chose to co-sleep with their infant daughter, Brooklyn Doris.

The former Miss USA confessed during Sunday's episode of 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' that after the birth of their child, their sex life suffered a lot, which led to marital problems between the couple. 

"The baby has changed so much in our lives," the 48-year-old Moore told her friend, Porsha Williams, according to a report by People magazine.

"She’s in bed all the time. He does not want me to put her in a crib. It's been difficult. We [sleep together] when we can, but it definitely is not as often as I would like," she shared.

When Williams pushed Moore to reveal how long it had been since she had a physical relationship with her estranged husband, the latter said, "Girl, I'm not going to even say that number."

"It's hard being in relationships, especially when you have a little one involved. Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's bad, sometimes you feel like you want to give up," she shared.

Williams, who was a mother herself and going through relationship troubles, told her friend that she and Daly have "got to connect sexually" as it was the only way to save her marriage. "I agree, we got to do better than that," Moore responded. "I just don't like where we are right now."

However, trouble in paradise brewed even before the birth of the couple's child, as Moore had first revealed on last week's episode of 'RHOA'.

"Maybe when I was about 6 months, 7 months, he just started getting really freaked out about my belly growing," Moore explained then. "He thought it was kind of awkward," she shared about Daly.

After Brooklyn's arrival, things got worse, Moore said, as her sex life was "not picking back up".

The final straw was the fact that the couple lived in two different cities and had to work out their already strained relationship long-distance — Moore filmed 'RHOA' in Atlanta and Daly worked out of New York City, where he owns several restaurants.

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