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Porsha Stewart confirmed her divorce Tuesday and her co-star Kenya Moore recently weighed in on the news.
On Friday Kordell Stewart, who is Porsha's husband of almost two years, filed for divorce from the reality TV star. The 31-year-old granddaughter of civil rights leader Hosea Williams often boasted about having the "picture perfect" life on the hit Bravo TV reality show and even ridiculed Moore's drama-filled love life, however she managed to garner sympathy from the former Miss USA.
"I sent her a message telling her 'you know I know we've had our differences but I never wanna see anyone in any pain. She just said it was hard," Moore told TMZ.
"I can't say I was shocked I mean we all sort of new that there may have been some problems going on and he didn't show up to the reunion so "we were all whispering like 'where is her husband'?" she said.
Porsha and Kordell, 40, were often seen bickering on the reality show with their motherhood often at the root of their arguments. Porsha, who has no children, wanted to be a mother and have a career, however Kordell, who has one child from a previous relationship, would pressure her to choose one.
"It's unfortunate either way because you never wanna see couple's break up. You know I'm a fool for love and it's like I wish they could make it!" Moore said.
"It seems like they just need to maybe iron some things out in the relationship maybe they can still make it work," the optimistic reality star added.
Porsha, who joined "Real Housewives" in season five, was reportedly blindsided by Kordell's divorce filing.
"Mrs. Stewart is disappointed about her husband's recent filing for divorce. Mrs. Stewart had held off on filing for a divorce herself and remained committed to the marriage because Mr. Stewart promised to work on the marriage with her," Porsha's rep told omg! Yahoo.
"Instead, he misled her and she found out about the filing in the media. Mrs. Stewart hopes to resolve these personal issues privately with the support of her family, friends and strong faith," the rep added.