Here's How Diddy's Teen Daughter Chance Decorated Their Family Christmas Tree
With Christmas drawing closer, many celebrities have continued to share images and videos of the Christmas tree decorations in their respective homes.
Many of these celebrities' kids are not left out of the process. That is the case for rapper and music producer Sean Diddy Comb's children.
His 14-year-old daughter Chance showed her Instagram followers a glimpse of her family's Christmas tree decorations with pictures of it shared on her Instagram story.
One of the images from the Instagram story post showed Chance putting her and her siblings' pictures on the Christmas tree. She wore red-and-white jumpsuit pajamas and rocked braided hair.
Another image showed the teenager fiddling with one of the pictures as she was about to place it on the Christmas tree. A third snapshot showed Chance smiling as she fastened the photo to the tree.
Another picture showed several ornaments that Diddy's kids made for their family Christmas tree. The ornaments were made in various colors, and some of them had smiley faces.
He said motherhood meant everything to Porter, revealing that her children were the only thing on her mind.
Chance celebrated the day in style with her family at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. She shared a picture of her posing with her twin sisters Jessie James and D'Lila Star, 13, and her brother Christian, 21 on Instagram.
Diddy also posed with Chance and her siblings while the celebrant's mom, Sarah Chapman, was behind the scenes on photography duties.
Diddy showed his close bond with Chance once more last year when he posted a short video of him and her dancing to the beat of Herb Albert's jazzy tune, "Rise" and the lyrics of "Hypnotize."
In 2018, Diddy lost his longtime love Kim Porter, with whom he shared three children, Jessie James, D'Lila, and Christian, and an adopted son, Quincy, who she had from a previous relationship.
Porter's death meant Diddy became a single parent of their kids, which he spoke about a month after her death, saying he was ready for the challenge and would do his best for the kids just as she taught him.
The proud father and his three daughters, Chance, D'Lila, and Jessie James graced the cover of Essence magazine's May 2019 edition, where he further opened up about losing Porter.
He said motherhood meant everything to Porter, revealing that her children were the only thing on her mind in her final moments on earth. Diddy and his children miss Porter but remain strong in her absence.
The Christmas season will be another chance for them to recall their memorable moments with her as they celebrate the holidays as a family.