Kimora Lee Simmons melts hearts with photo of her youngest long-haired son showing his cute smile
Model and fashion designer Kimora Lee Simmons took to Instagram to share a photo of one of her sons, Wolfe Lee, while on board the Statue of Liberty ferry.
In the image, three-year-old Wolfe was portrayed flashing his big smile at the camera while being held by someone whose face was not shown in the post. The boy, who has long, curly hair, was wearing a grey and red hoodie.
One of the aspects that attracted more attention about the picture was how similar Wolfe and Kimora look, especially with that long hairstyle.
As soon as the model shared that photo, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user @aka_iele, who admitted that it was an adorable picture and that Wolfe looked like Ming, one of his sisters.
Kimora’s romantic life has been very interesting as she has had three partners, two of which were her husbands. As People reported, she met entrepreneur and producer Russell Simmons in 1992, when she was 17 years old and he was 35.
After a long relationship, they tied the knot in December 1998. With him, Kimora gave birth to daughters Ming Lee and Aoki Lee.
Unfortunately for the family, they got divorced in 2009. By 2007, only one year after Kimora and Russell split, she started dating actor and model Djimon Hounsou.
Even though they were never officially married in the U.S, they participated in a traditional Benin commitment ceremony in 2008. One year later, they welcomed to the world their only son, Kenzo Lee, reported People.
According to E! News, Kimora and businessman Tim Leissner got married in 2013 and welcomed their first child together, Wolfe, almost two years later.
As Celebritist previously reported, Kimora, Ming, Aoki, and Kenzo went on a special trip to Athens, Greece to help raise awareness about refugees with The Unmentionables, an organization that Lee has been supporting for years.
They went to Greece to experience World Refugee Day at the Athens Resource Center while meeting members of the forcibly displaced community and helping to raise awareness about the refugee crisis in Europe.