Diddy’s daughters Chance, D’Lila and Jessie wear vibrant ensembles as they attend the star-studded Dolce & Gabbana fashion show in Venice
Chance, D’Lila and Jessie Combs joined a slew of A-list stars as they attended the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show in Venice, Italy on Saturday.
The daughters of American rapper Sean Combs, 51, aka Diddy, made their presence felt in lively ensembles as they posed for photos in the idyllic setting.
Diddy shares twins D’Lila and Jessie, 14, with the late Kim Porter, and Chance, 15, with ex-girlfriend Sarah Chapman.
Their presence felt: Diddy’s daughters Chance, 15, D’Lila, and Jessie, 14, wore vibrant ensembles as they attended the Dolce & Gabbana show in Venice, Italy on Saturday (pictured)
The twins opted for matching dresses with a tribal-inspired print and black sandals with Dolce & Gabbana logo, accessory with tinted black sunglasses and mini yellow handbags.
They waved their long locks into a high ponytail and beamed at the cameras.
Meanwhile, Chance wore a strapless dress with panels of mismatched fabrics and red sandals with a jewel embellishment.
They put their best foot forward: the twins opted for matching tribal-inspired dresses with print and black sandals with the Dolce & Gabbana logo, while Chance wore a strapless dress with panels of mismatched fabrics and red sandals with a jewel embellishment.
She styled her locks and added delicate jewelry to her ensemble.
The sisters were escorted on a luxury boat and arrived in style for the fashion show.
Diddy is the father of six children and he welcomed his oldest son, Justin, in 1993 with his former partner, Misa Hylton.
Service: The sisters were escorted on a luxury boat and arrived in style for the fashion show
He later began an on-again, off-again relationship with Kim Porter, which ended in 2007.
The former couple welcomed a son named Christian, 23, as well as Jessie and D’Lila during their time together.
Diddy also became a stepfather to Quincy Brown, 30, Kim’s son with producer Al B. Sure!
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Notably, Kim died in 2018 after battling pneumonia, and Diddy publicly mourned the loss of his former partner during an interview with Essence, where he also talked about spending more time with his kids.
During the sit-down, Diddy said that while he had previously put a lot of his time and energy into his career, he found himself much more satisfied with fatherhood.
“I’m just a lot more present, and most importantly, now my children come above everything else in my life,” he noted.
The artist also told media that he was happy with his life at home and grateful for the support of his loved ones.
“It made me really proud that, even though I’m not married, Kim and I, along with the other mothers of my children, have made a wonderful family,” he said.
Devoted family man: During an interview with Essence, Diddy, 51, said that while he had previously put a lot of his time and energy into his career, he was much more satisfied with fatherhood. Pictured in January 2020