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Kimora Lee Simmons shares photo with her two exes from her daughter's high school graduation

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 12, 2018
12:45 P.M.
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Designer Kimora Lee Simmons took to her Instagram account to share a couple of photos during the graduation day of one of her daughters, Ming Lee Simmons.

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Kimora’s post consisted of a three-media slideshow. The first photo portrayed Kimora, who was wearing a long peach-colored coat, Ming, who put on an elegant black dress and a red and yellow academic regalia, and the rest of Kimora’s children, Aoki, Kenzo, and Wolfe.

Aoki put on a loose dress which color was very similar to the number that Kimora wore. Kenzo, on the other hand, chose a blue shirt, black pants, and brown shoes. Wolfe’s outfit was similar to his brothers but he put on a pink shirt and black shoes.

The second photo included in the slideshow had Ming, Kimora, Djimon Hounsou, and Russell Simmons in the same photo.

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It is important to mention that both Djimon and Russell were involved in a romantic relationship with Kimora. In fact, Russell is Ming’s father, while Djimon is Kenzo’s father.

For that photo, Djimon chose a long-sleeve white shirt, green pants, black sunglasses and a military-camo cap. Russell, on the other hand, put on a navy blue suit with a white shirt and a blue and white bowtie.

The final media included in the slideshow was a short video of the exact moment when Ming was called to the stage to receive her certificate. As soon as the announcer said her name, Kimora started shouting her name and cheering her up.

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Knowing what she was doing, Kimora wrote at the bottom of the video ‘I know I’m embarrassing!’ For the caption of the slideshow, Kimora commented that she was proud of her daughter who graduated from high school.

As Celebritist previously reported, Ming set clear that her priority was going to college. Even though she is really passionate about modeling, she pointed out that school always comes first.

So far, Ming has not decided where she would study. The truth is that her options are narrowed down to California and New York.

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