September 07, 2018

Diddy is a proud dad, sharing picture of his 'babies' starting middle school

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P. Diddy's twin daughters are all grown up, and now that they're headed to middle school, the proud dad made sure to share a photo of this milestone on his Instagram. 

While rapper like P. Diddy might be "too cool" to post about cheesy things like their children starting school soon, this seems not to be a problem for him. In fact, he has proudly been sharing even the simplest milestones of his twins, D'Lila and Jessie. 

Recently, their milestone was that they were headed to middle school now that they're 12, and this was something their dad thought was worth capturing. In the photo, the beautiful twins leaned on some lockers while they posed in matching outfits consisting of a gray pullover hoodie, checkered skirts, and high ponytails. 


Although some children might find matching with their twins a pretty lame idea, it's most definitely not a problem for these two, as they happily smiled in their handpicked twinning outfits. 


The rapper shares his two girls with ex Kim Porter, although they never pursued their relationship. 

Diddy also recently shared a photo of his twins and his other daughter while dressed in fancy attires, all glammed up to attend a formal event. While the dapper dad donned a pale blue suit, a striped tie, and sunglasses, his children Chance, D'Lila Star, and Jessie James, posed in lovely pastel colored dresses to match their dad. 


Given that it's hard to tell D'Lila and Jessie apart, the twins were wearing pink and purple tutu dresses, white gloves, and headbands with see-through veils covering their faces in the classic British style. 

Meanwhile, his other daughter Chance was sporting a white and yellow dress, white gloves, and a yellow hat. Given their British inspired outfits, they can very much be compared to those worn by the Royal family themselves during official outings. 

Jessie and D'Lila were born to Kim Porter on December 21, 2006, while Chance was born just five months before her sisters to another woman named Sarah Chapman.