Kevin Hart Hugs Son Kenzo & Daughter Kaori Dressed in Cute PJs — See Their Strong Resemblance

Apr 07, 2021
02:50 P.M.
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Kevin Hart, 41, tugged at hearts by hugging his youngest son and baby daughter who both had on cute Pjs. The new photo also showed their strong resemblance.


Actor and comedian Kevin Hart is a father to four adorable kids; two boys and two girls. He shares his first two, daughter Heaven and son Kendrix, with his ex-wife.

His youngest children, Kenzo, 3, and Kaori, who was born in September, are from his model wife, Eniko Hart. Kevin is a family man who, amid a busy schedule, makes time for his pack.

Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish at Roc Nation's "The Brunch" on February 9, 2019. | Source: Getty Images


A few hours ago, the father-of-four captured hearts with a photo showing him with the two youngest look-alike Harts. The actor was seated and dressed in a black shirt, shorts, cap, and blue camo leggings.

Kaori sat comfortably on daddy's lap with her cute curly hair and wearing an overall. Her brother was latched onto their dad who held the toddler firmly and lovingly with one arm across his Batman-themed Pjs. Kevin's caption simply read: "#Harts."


The Hart family's lovers poured out their admiration via their comments and likes on the post. Some used the heart emojis to gush on the cuteness overload.

While handling trolls may sometimes be challenging, Kevin admits that trying to be firm on his kids is also tasking.


The 41-year-old has always been open to sharing details about his family. In 2019, he revealed that Eniko would have a second baby, after which they would put a stop to enlarging their family.

They worked towards it, and a year later, welcomed their second and only daughter together. The model was overjoyed when sharing the news of their newborn in a heartwarming post online. Kevin was not left behind as he posted a cool photo two weeks later gushing on his mini-me.


The actor has also shown his other kids that they are entitled to his affection online by serenading them often with charming words. And when it comes to defending or protecting his family, the comedian is never one to slouch.

In 2018, the couple threw a Cowboys-and-Indians-themed birthday bash for Kenzo. This attracted criticism from fans who felt it was a racial slur. Kevin defended his actions and explained that the party's theme was not malicious.

While handling trolls may sometimes be challenging, Kevin admits that trying to be firm on his kids is also tasking. The actor claimed that he manages to be tough when necessary but has as much fun as possible, even when disciplining his children.