As filming continues on the newest season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Kenya Moore is strutting her stuff between takes.
The new mom, who sat out season 11 to focus on her growing family, posted a photo crossing the street in Atlanta Wednesday, rocking a pink blazer, gray jeans, and strappy high heels.
“Minding my business in these streets ” Moore captioned the post.
Fans initially raved about Moore’s fashion sense.
“Black Barbie Gorgeous .”
“I see you twirl ”
“You better strut, hunnie! And don’t forget to twirl on the other side #teamtwirl #royalty #queen4ever.”
“Werk hunty!!!! Slay!!”
But then folks zeroed in on how one of the star’s toes appeared to be sticking out from her shoe.
“Lawwwddd That pinky toe minding it’s own business is them shoes.”
“lmaoooo I scrolled these comments just to see if someone caught that pinky toe thing to run away.”
“Pinky toe doing his own thing ”
“That pinky toe escaping the shoes u look cute though.”
“Look at the toes on the right foot trying to escape those heels. ”
Typically, Moore gets lots of praise for her looks. Most notably, the praise comes when the star shows off all the progress she’s made toward slimming down after giving birth to Brooklyn Doris Daly in November.
Earlier this month, Moore showed off her rock-solid abs in a yellow two-piece swimsuit.
Baby Body WHERE?! SnapBack Queen! ”
“@thekenyamoore Chile what baby? You are the prime example of a snap back body!! Very inspiring .”
“All the way snatched. That Mr. Dalys wife and Brooklyn’s mama. Come Thruuu.”
It’s Brooklyn who has been the center of Moore’s attention over the past several months, along with her restaurateur husband Marc Daly. The then-pregnant star famously took time away from “RHOA” last season to focus on her baby.
“I have decided to take this season off to focus on my high-risk pregnancy in a healthy and drama free environment,” she said at the time. “I thank Bravo for this amazing platform that has allowed me to grow, flourish and appreciate the value of what is truly important in life.”
However, Moore indicated that she’d changed her mind during a radio show interview with “Middays with Jazzy McBee” last month.
“Everyone has their favorites on the show,” she said. “So whether I’m your favorite or not, I think people realize that I’m a critical component to the show. And I think that because it is an ensemble show, that chemistry and that balance needs to be there for it to work.”