Diddy's twin daughters D'Lila Star and Jesse James flaunted pop style inspiration in their new media share, rocking fashionable looks and having the time of their lives.
It's an "Empire state of mind" for music executive Diddy's twin daughter's D'Lila Star and Jesse James, as they keep living their best young teenage lives.
The girls gave their Instagram fans a glimpse at what they have been up to, and their appearances were nothing short of upscale fashion taste. The youngsters let fans know they were enjoying leisure in New York.
Sean "Diddy" Combs at TimesTalks Presents: An Evening with Sean "Diddy" Combs in New York City on September 20, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
The identical duo opted for the city's top view, ascending to the highest part of a skyscraper to catch the city's view and the blue skies. They matched up the aesthetic scenery with their high fashion.
Diddy's girls stunned in laid-back street style, rocking black puffer jackets over black sweatshirts and blue fitted jeans. The sisters rocked their hair in the same middle-parted long braids while touching up their look with pink Gucci sling purses. Their caption read:
"Empire state of mind #thecombstwins #newyorkcity #skyscraper."
The twins are Diddy's youngest kids from his relationship with Kim Porter. These days, they are letting fans know that they are no longer the babies of the house. The pair made their dad super proud during their sixth-year graduation and celebrated with pomp and style.
He and Porter were together for 13 years on an on-and-off basis.
Diddy was filled with pride, attending the occasion and praising the twins for their achievements. He celebrated them with their older siblings in attendance. The lovely family had a wonderful time reveling among themselves.
Since the twin's mom, supermodel Kim Porter, passed on, fans and celebrities alike have watched Diddy take over both mom and dad roles, making sure his family is closer to him than ever.
In an exclusive Essence issue, the award-winning mogul and his twin girls, including his other daughter, Chance, graced the front cover, ready to reflect on their first Mother's Day celebration in Porter's absence.
The star dad also opened up about how he handled things at the moment of Porter's death, the days, and the months that followed. He explained that he launched into mom mode, and since then, his priority has not shifted from family.
Last year in November, Diddy,51, shared a heartfelt tribute on Porter's death's second anniversary. The entertainment icon shared several photos of his late ex-partner's moments, adding that he missed her so much.
He and Porter were together for 13 years on an on-and-off basis, and in between all that, they had three kids together while Diddy adopted Porter's son, Quincy, from another relationship. The late star died of Lobar Pneumonia in 2018.