"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kenya Moore has opened up about her split from Marc Daly. She dubs it the "world's longest divorce" as she filed it nearly two years ago and still it has not been finalized.

The 51-year-old reality star appeared on Andy Cohen's talk show "Watch What Happens Live" on Wednesday. When Moore was asked when she hopes the divorce will get finalized, she replied, "Soon, yeah I'm hoping soon."

Cohen immediately responded, "Well, Bethenny [Frankel] has that title but you're coming close." He was referring to "The Real Housewives of New York City" star Bethenny Frankel's divorce, which was finalized in January 2021, years after she announced her split in 2012.

Moore previously gave an update about her split in September 2021.

During the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 14 reunion episode, the reality star said, "[I'm] still not divorced. He's not asking for anything at this point. It's just at a standstill. So, until we get a trial date or settle, it's still going to go on," People reported.

Moore and Daly got married in June 2017 after dating for a year. They announced in April 2018 that they are expecting their first baby together. More and Daly welcomed baby Brooklyn Doris Daly on Nov. 4 of that year.

However, the marriage didn't go well and they got separated in 2019. While the couple attempted to get back together for the sake of their family, it didn't work out. Moore eventually filed for divorce in September 2021.

Before Daly, Moore was dating Atlanta-based personal trainer Matt Jordan from 2015 to 2016. The former couple appeared together on "Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 8.

However, Moore got a restraining order against Jordan in 2017 accusing him of threatening and harassing her. Moore was also romantically linked with NFL player Terrell Owens in 2014.

On the work front, Moore appeared in a reality TV series, "Special Forces: World's Toughest Test," which premiered on Fox network Wednesday. The show will premiere on Hulu on Thursday.

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Kenya Moore is competing on Season 30 of "Dancing With the Stars." ABC/Maarten de Boer