They are beautiful.
Let’s hope that they staty innocent. Not a good photo to release to the entire world though. You’d think they’d use better judgement. Hope the girls don’t display such gestures at their POSH private school.
Diddy need to marry Kim, He ain’t right she must be a good lady because he don’t want to let her go. These kids need good role models in their life. They need to see how life is when your married and happy also.
Are the twins gesturing “gang” signs? Please, somebody assure me that it aint so.
You can’t even see their hands. GET A GRIP!!!! They are innocent children!!!!!!!
Oh you meant the other pic…….either way…those are innocent children imitating someone. They are just playing around.
I must admit. Now that i see Chance together with the twins, they dont resemble as much as i thought.
But they are beautiful either way and you gotta love Chance’s hair!
They all have soft textured hair except one’s hair is longer.. I LOVE THE TWINS CURLY WAVY puff ponytails!!!!!!
the twins are my favorites i love these cuties and just wait they are going to be more beautiful
I agree! They are going to be tall and modelesque like their mom!!! They are not going to need long hair to define their beauty!
ALL the girls are cute!!! and ALL the boys are handsome!!!
I like these kids, so cute! Christian, Quincy and Chance are my favourites.
The Combs kids are beautiful.
The triplets!! Lol. Chance D’Lila and Jesse all look alike!! Too cute. Christian is just as handsome as he wants to be.
Yes, they are definitely triplets. Chance just has longer hair. But, Diddy definitely have some strong genes. Also, Kim Porter was in the presence of Chance. Yay! Now all the remarks of her being childish can vanish. lol
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