December 27, 2020
Kenzo Kash, the adorable 3-year-old son of the American comedian and actor Kevin Hart, was seen looking excited as he spent time with his baby sister, Kaori Mai, in wholesome Instagram photos.
Kenzo Kash is proving to be a loving big brother. In recent posts on his mother, Eniko Parrish's Instagram story, the adorable boy was showering his baby sister Kaori Mai with all the affection.
In the posts, the 3-year-old was seen looking gleeful as he played with the sweet bundle of joy. The videos were taped in what looked like a living room by the proud mother who could not get enough of the sweetness.
Kenzo was clad in a red and white patterned onesie, while the baby was dressed in a red buttoned onesie with a matching headband. She was lying down on a comfortable-looking baby bed while he happily leaned over her.
He smiled down at her on several occasions and held on to her tiny hand at a particular point. He also stared into the camera with a wide toothy smile on his cute little face.
Seeing the wholesome scene, it is easy to remember when Kevin Hart and Parrish welcomed the beautiful baby girl in September this year. The happy mother took to her Instagram feed to share the happy news with her fans.
She gushed about how grateful and blessed she felt and even called the newborn a little bit of heaven sent down to earth. She also added that she and her husband had all the love to give her.
However, it was his 2011 "Laugh at My Pain" tour that gave his career a significant boost.
Parrish first announced her pregnancy in March after sharing a gorgeous picture of her growing baby bump on Instagram. The comedian also posted another shot of his very pregnant wife to his feed a few months later.
Fatherhood is, however, not a new thing to the 41-year-old actor as he shares Kenzo with Parrish. He also has two other children, 13-year-old Hendrix and 15-year-old Heaven, from a previous marriage.
Weeks after welcoming baby Kaori, Hart opened up about his experience of being a new dad again. He quipped that since this was his fourth child, he was used to the routine and had not been too stumped in the delivery room.
However, the proud father buttressed that when he got home, he really got a look at everyone together, and it suddenly hit him that he now had a family of six. He added that for him, it was all about creating a legacy within the family.
However, it was his 2011 "Laugh at My Pain" tour that gave his career a significant boost. He eventually went on to star in several blockbuster movies, including "Think Like a Man," "Jumanji," and many more.
With such success, it is safe to say that Hart has written his name among the stars!