Kenya Moore surprised everyone when she decided to get married on June 10th in a destination wedding. She hadn't told anyone she was going to get married. In fact, many fans didn't even know she was dating someone. On "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Kenya was questioning whether it would be a good idea to go back to Matt Jordan and try their relationship again even though he had shown some violent tendencies. She kept calling herself a victim of abuse and he was trying to clear his name.

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On social media, she seemed like she wanted everyone to know she was a victim, not someone who was falling in love with another man and planning a wedding.

According to a new report by Bravo, Kenya Moore [VIDEO] will now spend the next couple of months defending her marriage as viewers see "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" for themselves.

Even her own co-stars questioned whether this marriage was indeed real, as Kenya has been labeled as someone who paid a guy to be her boyfriend. During her first season of the show, Moore faced rumors that she was paying Walter Jackson to be her boyfriend. While she kept talking about a proposal, he kept talking about leaving her behind.

Hope the marriage lasts

Kenya Moore keeps gushing about how happy she is, so fans may be looking for someone else to get the scoop on whether her marriage is real. This week, Miss Lawrence stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" to talk to Andy Cohen and here the details surfaced.

"He's a nice guy, he's handsome, he treats her well, and I know it's genuine," Miss Lawrence recently told Andy Cohen, adding, "My hope is that it all lasts."

Of course, Kenya and Miss Lawrence are friends and it sounds like she wants the best for her friend.

While Miss Lawrence is indeed familiar with the other housewives as well, it sounds like she's a big supporter of Kenya getting married. There has been no word on whether Miss Lawrence was at the wedding.

The drama of 'RHOA'

It is interesting that Miss Lawrence says that she hopes the marriage will last. Perhaps she's referring to the drama that "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" can bring. The show has ruined marriages before, but she believes that Kenya and her husband, Marc Daly, may survive. They didn't meet on the show and they kept the wedding away from the cameras. Now they just have to learn how to deal with the drama that comes from the viewers and her co-stars.

Do you think Kenya Moore's marriage is indeed genuine? Do you think she rushed into this marriage because she knew he was the one?