American music mogul Sean Diddy Combs' daughters showed their inseparable bond as they turned out in matching plaid outfits to support their brother Quincy at the premiere of "Power Book 2: Raising Kanan."
Music mogul Sean Diddy Combs is a proud father of three adorable daughters. They are twin daughters Jessie and D'Lila Combs and their sister, Chance Combs.
The three sisters have so much in common and share a close bond. Besides being of similar age, the sisters are always seen together and do almost everything together.
D'Lila Star Combs, Chance Combs, Honoree Sean "Diddy" Combs and Jessie James Combs attends the GRAMMY Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Sean "Diddy" Combs on January 25, 2020. | Photo: Getty Images
Chance, D'Lila, and Jessie were spotted together once more last week when they stormed the premiere of "Power Book 2: Raising Kanan" to support their older brother, Quincy.
The sisters did not just storm the event, but they did so in grand style clad in matching plaid jackets and skirts, which they wore over black inner tops and completed with black boots and socks.
The girls did not stop at that. They also accessorized their stylish outfits with cloth wrist bands that matched their plaid outfits. Chance wore a blue plaid bangle to match her blue plaid outfit, while her twin sisters wore green and yellow wrist bands, respectively.
Besides the wrist bands, the girls also wore dark shades and black berets, giving them a 90's fashion look that matched the event's theme.
The beautiful sisters further enhanced their reputation as fashionistas by pairing their lovely outfits and accessories with expensive designer bags. Chance carried a Christian Dior bag while her twin sisters carried white Balenciaga bags.
Diddy has also taught his kids to be good to others, as his daughters showed when they gave back to the community.
Quincy shared multiple pictures of himself and his sisters posing with him at the event. He also looked dapper in a black and red Versace chain print jacket and matching pants.
He matched his look with white shoes and rocked colored shades, gold chains, and other accessories. He captioned the post:
"Don't play wit us ❗️."
D'Lila and Jessie shared a TikTok video on their Instagram page that showed them cat-walking on a corridor while clad in their impressive plaid outfits. The post's caption read, "Do you see this WALK?☺️☺️."
Diddy also shared a picture of Quincy posing with Chance and the twins. In the post's caption, the proud wrote,
"La Familia 😍😍😍😍."
Diddy is a wonderful father of his six children and has shown this in many ways in the past. In 2019, he appeared on the May Cover of Essence Magazine flanked by his three daughters.
The proud dad and his daughters' appearance on the magazine's cover came about six months after the twins' mother and Diddy's former partner Kim Porter suddenly passed away on November 15, 2018.
In the interview, Diddy said he jumped into "mommy mode" after Porter's death and has not stopped trying to keep his family together and strong ever since.
Besides Jessie, D'Lila, Chance, and Quincy, Diddy is also a father of two other sons, Justin and Christian. He shared D'Lila and Jessie with Porter and adopted Quincy, her son from a previous relationship with singer-producer Al B.
Meanwhile, Diddy shares Justin, his first biological child, with designer Misa Hylton-Brim, while Chance is the product of his affair with Sarah Chapman.
Last year, Diddy opened up to Naomi Campbell about his experience as a single father of six. He said losing Porter and being responsible for six children caused his thinking to change as he focused on their futures, knowing how rough things are.
Diddy has done well for his kids and should be proud of himself. He also finds ways to spend time with them and did that a lot amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which proved to be a blessing as he was able to get closer to his kids.
Diddy had also taught his kids to be good to others, as his daughters showed when they gave back to the community by donating beauty products to Alexandria House in Los Angeles.
While chatting with People, the sisters said they know how truly blessed they are. They also said their parents had taught them the importance of helping others. It is great to see the sisters and their brothers taking Diddy's lessons home. Hopefully, they will go on to make him a proud dad.