Meet Mr. Moore! Kenya Moore’s Secret Husband Uncovered

Kenya Moore secretly tied the knot last week in an intimate beach wedding. Although The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has yet to reveal her husband’s name, RadarOnline.com can expose exclusive details on his identity!

Moore, 46, is married to Marc Daly, who is the owner of the Brooklyn eatery SoCo.

Former SoCo owner Malissa Browne, who has worked with Daly, exclusively told Radar, “I parted ways with SoCo, but Marc is the owner now. The wedding took us all by surprise. They are definitely married.”

When asked if Moore married a “good man,” Browne responded, “I don’t want to say anything on what kind of guy he is. Let’s just say, ‘no comment.’”

The Bravo star shared the first photo of her husband on their wedding day.

“To my husband, Happy Father’s Day to you and all the great Dads,” she captioned the photo. “We met a year ago but didn’t speak again until December. Since we reconnected you have been my everything, my one and only, my heart… I love you.”

Moore was in a tumultuous relationship with ex-boyfriend Matt Jordan, who shared his dismay over the marriage on Instagram.

“As if the embarrassment from the show wasn’t enough,” the rant began, “The false allegations of domestic violence, the unwarranted restraining order, the loss of business opportunities, money. My personal & professional image. I can deal with that. Losing my queen is a blow I never want to feel again.”

He ended the post with, “I made a lot of mistakes, but I love and cherished her… I pray her heart is in good hands. Take care of her. She was everything to me. Just requesting to be left alone after this people. The fight for her heart is over. I lost!!”

As Radar reported, Moore called police on Jordan when she discovered her glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Range Rover were damaged on August 15.

He was caught on camera vandalizing her home on an episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

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