Kandi Burruss Cradles Kenya Moore's Giant Baby Bump During 'RHOA' Run-In At The Airport

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Jun. 27 2018, Updated 4:56 p.m. ET

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Kenya Moore's beautiful baby bump was on display when she ran into her Real Housewives of Atlanta buddy Kandi Burruss at LaGuardia Airport on Wednesday morning.

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Kenya, who is expecting her first child with husband Marc Daly, was positively giddy about seeing Kandi prior to the former Xscape member hopping onto her flight.

"Love seeing my Sister @kandi rushing to make my flight," she captioned the photo."#BabyDaly can't wait to meet you!" Kandi had her hand on Kenya's growing baby belly as the two posed for a photo.

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Was Kandi heading to a connecting flight from her recent RHOA Miami excursion?  Kenya was reportedly missing from the cast trip which fueled rumors that she's been fired from popular Bravo program.

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Kenya has categorically denied any rumors that she's been either axed or demoted as a "friend" of the housewives.

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She seemed to be staying in good spirits, otherwise, as her pregnant belly continues to grow. Kenya first displayed her baby bump at an event in Georgia back in early June, and then in a workout-related photo on her Instagram one week later. So when will #babytwirl officially make his or her debut?

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When do you think Kenya will give birth? Sound off in the comments. 


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