Nick Cannon Shares 'Whole Squad' Photo with His 3 Kids, Showing Their Resemblance to Him
American actor and comedian, Nick Cannon shared an all-smiles photo with his three kids who look very much like him
Cannon and his children, Golden, Moroccan and Monroe were all smiles in the photo he shared of them sitting together. Captioning his picture, the proud father wrote:
"When the whole squad pull up to the job!"
Nick is ever ready to share photos of his beautiful kids with the public. The proud father often floods his Instagram with adorable photos of them.
Cannon is currently co-parenting with the mothers of his kids. He shares his twins, Moroccan and Monroe, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, whom he split up with in 2016.
A year after his divorce, Nick and his girlfriend, Brittany Bell, welcomed their son, Golden.
Late in February, Brittany and Nick threw little Golden a "Super Golden" birthday party. The three-year-old asked for a turn up on the mic, and he got just that.
Cannon and the mothers of his children are getting along just fine.
Nick and Mariah — his first wife — first met in 2005 at significant points in their careers, and fans were totally in love with the match when they finally announced that they were dating.
The relationship was notorious for the large age gap between Nick and his wife, with Nick being ten years younger. The pair announced that they were expecting their twins two years after their wedding in 2008.
The babies arrived in April 2011, and they often featured on their parents' social media. Sadly, Cannon and Carey's marriage didn't last despite their two bundles of joy.
The pair did not give a reason for the divorce and said that the separation was on friendly terms.
"Weeping may endure for a night, but Joy cometh in the morning! No matter how hard the world may hit you, God always reminds us of our purpose."
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The 39-year-old father is very loving and protective of his kids, and defended his youngest on "The Wendy Williams Show," when Wendy called his son an "oops" baby, insinuating that his birth was an accident.
Nick is more than content with his squad, and his several Instagram posts of them say just as much.