RHOA's Kenya Moore Says She Doesn't Mind Her 25-Lb. Quarantine Weight Gain
Kenya Moore is embracing her changing body.
On Thursday, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared in a candid Instagram post that she has gained weight during quarantine and is continuing to love her body.
The 49-year-old posted a chic model shot of herself alongside a caption in which she revealed her current weight.
"183 lbs!!! The Quarantine has added 25lbs to my 5’10” frame," Moore wrote. "I don’t mind if you don’t mind 😘💯"
The Bravo star also included a body-positive message reminding others to "love the skin you're in."
In the picture, Moore is wearing a skintight, one-shoulder coral dress while posing with one arm behind her head and the other at her side.
The mom of one received lots of love for her honesty with many of her followers commenting on the star's "gorgeous" appearance.
"183 looks fabulous!!!♥️," Viola Davis replied.
"Still drop-dead gorgeous 🙌🏽😍❤️," added Real Housewives of Potomac star Robyn Dixon.
Like Moore, several other celebrities have shared their health journeys during the pandemic.
In July, model Christie Brinkley spoke out about her quarantine weight gain.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, 66, said that she’s “put on a couple pounds” while isolating at her Hamptons home.
“I did put on a couple pounds,” she told Extra, but added that she’s working on losing the weight with the help of her quarantine buddies — daughters Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley-Cook, son Jack Brinkley-Cook, and all of their partners — Alexa’s fiancé Ryan Gleason, Sailor’s boyfriend Ben Sonse and Jack’s girlfriend, fellow SI Swimsuit model Nina Agdal.
“I dragged my Total Gym into my bedroom, [and] getting out and gardening is a lot of work,” Brinkley said. “We’ll take the boat to a deserted beach and we’ll do speed walks or running … I’m determined to get back to my fighting shape.”
Ayesha Curry also shared details of her healthy quarantine lifestyle.
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"I started my fitness journey because I wanted to be strong and healthy for myself and the people who depend on me," she captioned a sponsored post in July. "But it was important that I did it my way, which meant I needed working out to fit in my life, NOT take me away from it."
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