July 02, 2018

Djimon Hounsou and Kimora Lee Simmons' son flashes big smile in recent photo

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Beninese and American actor and model Djimon Hounsou, best known for Blood Diamond, took to Instagram to share a photo of his only son, Kenzo Lee.

The image showed Kenzo flashing his big smile to the camera in what appeared to be a lunch. Even though the picture was great, the post’s caption was the highlight of it.

Djimon reposted that photo, which was initially uploaded by Kenzo’s sister Aoki Lee Simmons. In the caption, Aoki admitted she missed Kenzo and that the picture had been taken after a day of work to give back at The Unmentionables Organization refugee resource center.

As soon as Djimon reposted the image, his fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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One of them was Instagram user Marie Maher, who pointed out that Kenzo was a handsome boy just ‘like his father.’ User Ouafa Jaafari added that Kenzo looked a lot like his mother but had the charm of his father.

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That picture was shared a couple of weeks after Djimon and Kimora Lee Simmons, Kenzo’s mother, uploaded to their Instagram accounts photos if the very special 9th birthday party their son had, Celebritist previously reported.

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One of the videos posted by Kimora showed Kenzo next to a couple of people who put on costumes of superheroes, including Black Panther, Spiderman, Captain America, and Wonder Woman.

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For the caption, Kimora added the hashtag ‘He Thinks He Is Too Old,' which explained why Kenzo was so hesitant about posing next to the superheroes while making their most representative moves in the videos.

Djimon’s photos of the party showed a very pleased Kenzo hugging him while the superheroes mentioned above were next to them also posing for the photo.

One of the most striking aspects of that post was that there were golden balloons behind all of them that created the word ‘KENZO.’

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