Diddy and his twin daughters spend Christmas together after the passing of their mom Kim Porter
P. Diddy shares a cozy Christmas photo with his twin daughters to ring in their first Christmas without their late mother.
Sean “Diddy” Combs shared a sweet holiday moment with his twin daughters D’Lila Star and Jessie James as they celebrated their first Christmas without their mother, the late Kim Porter.
AN UNTIMELY LOSS
It’s been a tough month for Diddy and his girls but they’ve managed to smile for a photo he shared on his Instagram. This only proves that their Christmas remains festive despite the untimely loss of Porter. The 47-year-old died in her home last month while nursing the flu and pneumonia. She left behind her 12-year-old twins with the rapper as well as her older son, Quincy, from a previous relationship.
LIFE AFTER PORTER'S DEATH
Diddy has been making sure his twins are able to carry on following the death of their mother who he dated for 13 years. A couple of weeks after their loss, he drove them to school as he began his journey as a single father.
More recently, he threw them an epic birthday party to celebrate their turning 12. The advanced celebration which fell on December 14, a week ahead of the twins’ actual birthday on December 21, was an 80’s themed roller skating party.
A day later, he celebrated Porter’s birthday by posting a series of tributes on Instagram remembering the former model as the woman he loved and the great mother that she is.
SPREADING "L O V E" THIS CHRISTMAS
On Christmas Day, Diddy was all about being there for his family as he shared a photo with his twins to greet his followers on Instagram a merry Christmas. The lovely snap featured the father-of-six sitting in front of a Christmas tree while his daughters who twinned in white robes and braided hair hugged him from each side. The warm moment truly expressed “L O V E” as Diddy wrote in his caption before adding,
“Merry Christmas to you and yours.”
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS. pic.twitter.com/yZu79aSqpV— Diddy (@Diddy) December 25, 2018
Here’s wishing Diddy and the rest of his brood have an even merrier Christmas this year, if at all possible.