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Kenya Moore Undergoes IVF Treatments To Save ‘RHOA’ Peach!

Nov. 16 2017, Updated 7:34 p.m. ET

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Kenya Moore wants to start a family to save her RHOA peach, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal!

“Kenya has been meeting with top IVF specialists for the past month to undergo treatments to become pregnant by the early spring,” an insider told Radar.

“Her hope is that a potential pregnancy announcement would lure RHOA producers to pick up her contract option for season 11,” the insider added.

“This week, Kenya went through an extensive physical to ensure her body could sustain both the emotional and physical IVF process, and a 40-week pregnancy at the age of 46,” the insider concluded. “She and her husband Marc Daly have also considered surrogacy as a back up option if their plan to undergo IVF falls through.”

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Moore was spotted at a Barbados IVF clinic earlier this week without Daly, who will not appear on RHOA. The couple tied the knot just five months ago in St. Lucia.

A rep for Moore told Radar she would "never, ever" use a pregnancy to "keep a spot on a TV show."

Radar exclusively reported that his absence will cost Moore her peach, as producers are furious with her “lack of cooperation” .

“Kenya is the first Real Housewife in the history of the format to hide their spouse from the show,” an insider told Radar. “Even though Bravo execs were left in the dark about her nuptials, they made multiple efforts to accommodate Kenya throughout taping in the hopes that she would introduce her husband on-camera when she felt comfortable.”

“Her lack of cooperation and choice to keep her husband away from the show hurts her because she does not have anything compelling going on in her life this season,” the insider said. “This season will showcase how Kenya’s lack of transparency on her new relationship puts a strain on her dynamic with the group as they question the legitimacy of her union.”

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