The event was regal but the guests were evil!
Kenya Moore threw a fabulous over-the-top royal themed baby shower and hated every minute of it. RadarOnline.com exclusively learned the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star broke down and hid in the bathroom crying because she felt her ungrateful guests only came for free food and booze.
“Kenya and her baby shower were a mess," an eyewitness told RadarOnline.com. "She tried to be more regal than the Queen of England but the sad reality is that she was pissed because she didn’t get half of what she asked for on the registry."
Spilled the snitch: "She was crying in the bathroom and Marc had to secretly go inside and calm her down."
The shower was held at the Academy of Medicine in Atlanta on Saturday October 21. Moore desperately wanted as many people as possible to attend and scolded her guests for not RSVPing in a timely manner. She also demanded guests purchase lavish gifts that were listed on her registry.
"She felt like people attended just to be looky-loos and to take pictures with her and her other celebrity friends," the source explained. "She spent about $100,000 on the event and feels like everybody came just to eat and drink on her dime. She felt used and was mad the entire night.”
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As readers know, Moore, 47, was fired from the BRAVO show after having a secret wedding and refusing to film scenes with her husband Marc Daly.
"Letting Kenya go was a warning for the returning and new cast," a source connected to the show told RadarOnline.com exclusively. "They were all told they have to share everything on the show. They are under contract to share their whole story. Not bits and pieces.”
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