Kimora Lee Simmons Shares Beautiful Video With All Her Five Children And Explains Why She Did Not Make A Big Deal About Announcing The Adoption Of Her Son, Gary

Kimora Lee Simmons Shares Beautiful Video With All Her Five Children And Explains Why She Did Not Make A Big Deal About Announcing The Adoption Of Her Son, Gary
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According to recent news, Kimora Lee Simmons' family has suddenly welcomed a new member, and now the 44-year-old businesswoman has five children, as she recently adopted a 10-year-old boy, who is named Gary.

Gary has received a warm welcome from all of his siblings: two sisters, Ming and Aoki, that Kimora shares with her first husband, Russell Simmons, and two brothers, Kenzo, that the fashion mogul welcomed from her former boyfriend, Djimon HoDjimon Hounsou, and Wolfe -- from her current marriage to Tim Leissner.

One fan told the fashion mogul: "Congratulations, Kimora, beautiful family everyone looks happy. May God bless you and your family 🙏🏾❤️ , but can your internet family have an introduction to our other nephew?"

Kimora responded by: "haha. You’re right! I didn’t want to make a big deal. Cuz YOU CANT TELL HIM HE AINT BEEN BEEN HERREEE😘😂."

This fan praised the mom of five: "You're a phenomenal human being. I love you so much...why am I crying...the way you treat Kim kids and now Gary...I'm a nanny and personal assistant so I've seen it all and you momma is the real deal!!! Beautiful pic with your beautiful family."

A supporter added: "Wishing you all the blessings, babe. And yes, I can relate to this video 🤣 God bless them. 🙌🏼."

The business entrepreneur made headlines recently when she brought the news about the resurrection of her fashion brand, "Baby Phat," that she developed with her first husband at the beginning of the century.

According to rumors, the re-launch of the iconic brand would focus on bringing out the best fashion trends from the early 2000s, and the new collection will include around 16 pieces.

However, it seems that Kimora is not alone in the new development, as it became known that the advertisement for the new collection was left in the hands of two daughters -- Ming and Aoki.

The businesswoman herself has stated that women own the company, and it was going to be run by her and her daughters.

Kimora also claimed that even though she was in fashion for 30 years, now she felt it was time to pass the torch to her children.

Meanwhile, besides leading the campaign for Baby Phat, Ming and Aoki have been involved in their education as well.

Currently, Ming is a student at NYU, while her younger sister has begun her studies at Harvard University.

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