Baby Phat Founder Kimora Lee Simmons Shared Photo with Late Kim Porter's Twin Daughters on National Daughters Day
Model, Kmora Lee brings back memories of her beloved friend, late Kim Porter by taking a picture with her kids on National Daughter Day.
After the death of Puff Diddy's ex-girlfriend and baby mama, Kim Porter, Kimora spends some time with the deceased's girls as they celebrate National Daughter Day.
Kimora Lee Simmons at "Karl for Ever" Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld on June 20, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Simpson took to her Instagram account @kimoraleesimpson to share the picture with D'Lila and Jessie.
The 44-year-old stands between the twins who rocked matching outfits — white top and black trousers.
"Happy #nationaldaughterday to my other beautiful babies @the_combs_twins Jessie and D'lila! I love you so much and I'm sooo super proud of you!!" she captions the adorable picture.
Both Kimora and Porter shared a strong bond while the latter was alive.
Kimora, in an Instagram post once shared throwback pictures showing moments they shared to pay her tributes; expressing how she took her death for a joke until she went with her daughter, Aoki, to confirm the sad news.
In the caption, the model likened their relationship to that of sisters who shared food, clothes, attitudes, etc.
"We've been married, given birth, raised families, gotten divorced, experienced death and everything in between-together," Kimora wrote.
The LA Medical Examiner-Coroner confirmed Porter's death. Porter was found unresponsive in her Toluca Lake residence and declared dead before noon on November 15.
TMZ posted an emergency call which came in as a cardiac arrest; it's also reported that Porter had been suffering from pneumonia for weeks.
Kim Porter and "P. Diddy" dated on and off from the 1990s till 2007, shared four children: 21-year-old son Christian, 12-year-old twins D'Lila and Jessie and Porter's 27-year-old son Quincy.
Upon her death, Diddy shared an Instagram post writing,
"We were more than best friends, we were more than soulmates," he remarked. "WE WERE SOME OTHER S—!! And I miss you so much. Super Black Love."
A source revealed to PEOPLE at the time that "Diddy was shocked and devastated." Although Porter is gone, Simpson and her daughters (D'Lila and Jessie) are trying to keep her legacy alive.
The twins just like their mother are now into modeling and they recently worked on "Baby Phat" collection, a brand Simpson created in 1998.
In a recently uploaded clip for the brand, "Baby Phat" the twins are seen roller skating as one of them blows a kiss at the camera.
Another video captioned "girl gang" shows Kimora with the twins and other models for the brand.