Kevin Hart Shares Adorable Pic with Son Kenzo Wearing Matching Black Caps While at Home
The “Jumanji: The Next Level” star has important reasons to cherish every minute of his life, which he has learned not to take for granted following a terrible car accident that nearly claimed his life.
41-year-old comedian and actor Kevin Hart is a proud parent of three children. And since his two oldest are already teenagers, Hart is enjoying his youngest the most while he is still a toddler, which is a very funny and adorable age.
Recently, Hart took to his Instagram feed to give his fans and followers a glimpse of what’s his life at home with his two-year-old son Kenzo any given Saturday, according to the post’s caption.
In the snapshot, Kevin and Kenzo are seen in their home’s living room, both wearing sneakers, surfer shorts, and matching black caps, making Kenzo look like a miniature version of his famous father.
While Kevin wore a black T-shirt, Kenzo wore a sleeveless camouflage shirt, and the father and son were accompanied by their two Dobermans. Kevin credited his wife Eniko with taking the picture.
It is great to see Kevin been in such a good place in his life, less than a year after he was nearly killed in a terrible car accident in Los Angeles, California. The actor suffered severe injuries after his car rolled down a hill back in September.
Recently, in May, Kevin shared details about the devastating accident that left him partially paralyzed for a while, and about the painful recovery he underwent, in a candid conversation with podcast host Joe Rogan.
As Kevin told Rogan then, many of his vertebrae were damaged by the crash, and he has his good physical shape to thank for not having been left paralyzed for good, according to his doctor.
Nevertheless, Kevin was in a rush to see if he could go back to his feet, and he admitted to Rogan that he was so impatient to continue with his physical therapy that he used to lie about his pain in order for it to progress more rapidly.
While he says to still have some recovery to make (he estimates to be 98% recovered), Kevin proved to be in incredible shape back in February 2020, merely three months after his accident, when he gave Men’s Health an interview at his home.
The outlet’s journalist Peter Flax was amazed to see Kevin working out at his own personal gym with the guidance of his personal trainer, so soon after he suffered a nearly fatal accident.