November 28, 2020
Kevin Hart's wife, Eniko Hart, took to social media to celebrate Thanksgiving Day with an adorable shot that featured their two kids. Her fans had strong opinions about them.
Kevin Hart's wife, Eniko Hart, took to her Instagram page to share a Thanksgiving post, which featured a photo of their two children, Kenzo and Kaori Mai.
The picture featured Kenzo, 3, kneeling behind his younger sister Kaori, who was laid out on her patterned beanie. Kenzo wore red pajamas while Kaori was dressed in a cute nightgown that reached below her knee.
In her caption, Eniko wished her followers a "happy Thanksgiving" on behalf of her and Kevin's "little turkeys." Not to worry, they won't be ending up on the dinner table this year.
The post was met with different responses from her followers. Some returned her Thanksgiving wish while others, a good majority, gushed over Kenzo and Kaori, tagging them "twins."
Kenzo and Kaori are the only kids Kevin and Eniko share. Kenzo was born in 2017 while his sister Kaori arrived in September. She will reportedly be the last kid the famous actor fathers in his lifetime.
Kevin and Torrei were married between 2002 and 2010 when they filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.
Eniko first announced the news that she was expecting baby number two with Kevin, in March – not long after he survived a car crash and was at the center of a cheating scandal, which saw him admit that he slept with another woman while his wife was pregnant with their first kid.
Someone sent Eniko a video that captured her husband doing the deed with another woman, and shortly after, the video went viral on the internet amid an extortion scandal. Kevin initially denied the claims, but eventually, he caved and apologized to his wife for his mistake.
She forgave him, and their marriage grew stronger for it. In addition to the kids he shares with Eniko, Kevin also has two children, Heaven and Hendrix, from his previous relationship with Torrei Hart.
Kevin and Torrei were married between 2002 and 2010 when they filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. The actor made Eniko his second wife in August 2016 in an elaborate wedding that took place in Santa Barbara, California.
The pair dated for five years before he finally popped the big question in August 2014. Their love is a standard for many who ship black love, and fans hope they remain together till death do them part.