Kenya Moore was said to be on the chopping block with Bravo TV after refusing to allow her husband, Marc Daly, to appear on the 10th season of "The Real Housewives Of Atlanta." Although Daly ultimately did appear on the series briefly, she was rumored to be getting fired up until the moment she revealed she was expecting her first child.

According to a report from Radar Online earlier this week, Moore's pregnancy announcement saved her job with Bravo TV, which had allegedly been in jeopardy for the past several months. As fans will recall, Moore refused to talk about her June 2017 wedding on the show after secretly tying the knot in St.

Lucia, which upset her producers. Understandably, the producers of all the "Real Housewives" franchises want to show as much of their stars' personal lives as possible in order to maintain the authenticity of each show. she was given a contract for another season of the hit Bravo show with conditions.

Does Kenya Moore know what she's having?

During the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 10 reunion special earlier this month, Moore informed host Andy Cohen that she and husband Marc Daly would be welcoming a baby sometime later this year. However, when it comes to the sex of the baby, the beauty queen turned reality star said she'd be having a "boy or girl," not revealing whether she simply doesn't know the sex of her child quiet yet, or just doesn't want to tell anyone at this point in time.

As soon as Moore shared her baby news, a number of questions arose in regard to whether or not Moore's announcement was credible. That said, producers, albeit skeptical, chose to believe her pregnancy was true and have reportedly offered her a new contract to stay on the show.

Kenya Moore may not return to a full-time position

Although Moore's return has been reported, Radar Online's insider noted that her return doesn't necessarily mean she will be coming back for Season 11 of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" with a peach in her hand. In fact, the source suggested that she may not be back full-time because producers aren't 100 percent convinced she is truly expecting.

“They’re not guaranteeing her anything,” the insider said of the Bravo TV producers.

Kenya Moore’s pregnancy was a “last-ditch effort to keep her job,” the insider claimed.

To see more of Kenya Moore and her co-stars, including NeNe Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Kim Zolciak, Eva Marcille, Cynthia Bailey, Porsha Williams, and Sheree Whitfield, tune into new episodes of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 10 on Sunday nights at 8 PM on Bravo TV.