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After turning 42 last year, The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kenya Moore shifted her priorities from finding a man — to motherhood!
Now, she's sharing her big poignant resolution for 2014: “I plan on having a baby next year,” she reveals to Life & Style in a tearful, emotional interview. “Within the next six months, I hope to be pregnant.”
And the star tells the mag she’ll do it whether or not there’s a guy by her side.
“I am going to do in vitro,” she shares. “I just have to figure out whose sperm to use!”
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Kenya says she’s considering using Miss Lawrence, her gay BFF on RHOA, as a sperm donor.
Another candidate: the mystery businessman she’s dating. (Kenya declines to name him, other than to share that he works in Africa and is “smart, kind, generous, respectful and driven.")
But if he doesn't want a baby, "I have some options," says Kenya. "I wouldn't mind having a modern family." Aside from her family plans, life on RHOA has been pretty interesting for the former Miss USA.
On Sunday night's episode, she was mortified when co-housewife Porsha Stewart revealed she thought the historic Underground Railroad was an actual, well, railroad!"The Gone With the Wind Fabulous" star took to her Bravo blog the very next day to discuss the matter.
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"When Porsha was perplexed at how the train operated or 'who went down there first to make room because they didn’t have electric trains like we do now,' I became incensed," she wrote.
"Her late grandfather, Hosea Williams, was a prominent civil rights activist in Atlanta. It was crystal clear that Porsha did not know that the Underground Railroad was not a literal train!"
Her rant continued, and she even called Porsha an "embarrassment" to her family.
"Porsha is an embarrassment to her grandfather, his legacy, her family, and most importantly, herself. It’s easy to laugh and call her dumb, but the reality is even more painful — WE have failed her.
"Our educational system has failed her, anyone who coddled her or encouraged her to focus on her makeup, weave, and shoes to find a man to take care of her rather than her education has failed her. Anyone laughing at this gross ignorance has failed her."
For more from Kenya, pick up this week’s issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.