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.”
Here’s wishing Diddy and the rest of his brood have an even merrier Christmas this year, if at all possible.