Diddy melts hearts with touching photo of his 3 daughters embracing him
Rapper-producer P. Diddy is an epitome of living larger than life. His recent social media update with his daughters showed that he can be down to earth too.
Coming Home rapper P. Diddy shared a picture of himself and his daughters on Instagram on Friday and captioned the image by saying that he was happy to be back home with his babies.
The picture captured Diddy enjoying a warm embrace from his daughters, 11-year-old twins Jessie Combs and D'Lila Combs, and 12-year-old Chance Combs.
The doting group was seen sharing a hearty laugh as they posed for the picture. Diddy wore a plain white T-shirt and a golden pendant in the photograph.
Jessie and D'Lila were born to Kim Porter on December 21, 2006. Chance was born to Sarah Chapman just 5 months before the twins.
Fans were quick to comment on the picture shared by Diddy. One fan, Yolanda, commented 'Daddy's Girls,' as if she wanted to caption the photo.
Another follower, Katrina Burley, adored the picture and said that there is no feeling better than a father's love for his daughters.
One fan, Tiffany Mason, shared a long comment complimenting Diddy's simple photo. She said that although Diddy was a very rich man, this photo showed his true self as he enjoyed the little joys of life with his family.
Diddy has three more children besides Jessie, D'Lila, and Chance. He had his first child, son Justin Dior Combs, in 1993 with Misa Hylton-Brim. Brim was Diddy's high school sweetheart and currently works as a fashion designer.
Diddy's second son, Christian Casey Combs, was born in 1998 to Kim Porter. 47-year-old Porter was Diddy's longtime partner and the couple has three children between them.
Porter had a son with singer Al B. Sure in 1991 and named him Quincy after the famous musician Quincy Jones. Diddy adopted Quincy after he began his relationship with Porter in 1994, as reported by Celeb Family.
According to People, Diddy shared his love for children. Despite fathering six children, Diddy showed his readiness to have more children.