Diddy's Twin Daughters D'Lila & Jessie Admit They Miss Summer in Malibu & Share Fun Beach Snaps
Sean "Diddy" Combs' twin daughters D'Lila and Jessie are among those who missed the fun times before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. See how they cope with the ongoing health crisis.
D'Lila Combs and her twin sister Jessie were robbed of creating memories because of COVID-19. And as summer is getting nearer, a trip to the beach seems unlikely to happen this year.
The 14-year-old twins, who are daughters of rap icon Sean "Diddy" Combs, took to Instagram to share old photos from when they spent their time at Malibu Beach.
REMINISCING BEACH TIME
D'Lila and Jessie donned dark wet suits while hanging out with a friend at the Malibu beach. The three seemed to be doing a fun watersport activity that day.
In one of their photos, Jessie and D'Lila were shown walking on the beach shores with the sunset as their background. In their post, the twins captioned:
"Missing Summer in Malibu."
Amid the tough times, Jessie and D'Lila were comforted looking at their old photos. Their Instagram followers also expressed the same sentiments as them.
A user wrote in the comment section about missing the summer season, "Me too. Although I've never been there. I miss it." Another user noted that they look beautiful in the photos.
D'Lila and Jessie are Diddy's children with his late wife and former model Kim Porter. The veteran rapper also has four other children, Quincy, Justin, King, and Chance.
THEIR IMPRESSIVE DANCE MOVES
Apart from being daughters of the rap icon, Jessie and D'Lila, who graduated from middle school, recently proved that entertainment runs in their veins.
The twins impressed fans with their dancing skills in a TikTok video. They wore matching winter onesie pajamas and side ponytails while dancing to Aqyila's song, "Vibe For Me."
For Diddy, being a single father of six children has been challenging.
With their remarkable talent in dancing, there's no doubt that D'Lila and Jessie inherited it from their father, whom they looked up to after their mother's death.
For Diddy, being a single father of six children has been challenging. He said in a past interview that he had to change his parenting styles after Porter's tragic death in November 2018.
The "I'll Be Missing You" hitmaker also wanted to focus on his children's future, noting how complicated the world will be once they decided to become independent.