Sean “Diddy” Combs has lastly revealed the dear face of his new child daughter, Love.
The toddler made her debut through the rapper-turned-executive’s Instagram on Tuesday, with two close-up photographs captioned, “Child Love 💖.”
The primary confirmed the wide-eyed child lady sitting in her pink automobile seat, swaddled in a heart-patterned blanket.
With a head stuffed with wavy black hair and her ears already pierced with tiny gold studs, Love stared off to the aspect as her proud pops snapped away.
The second picture captured Combs cradling his bundle of pleasure, who was quick asleep in his arms.
Love was sporting a frilled onesie and matching bow in her signature colour: pink.
The uploads come days after the music mogul, 53, teased his followers with a glimpse of his youngest little one in festive household images that includes solely the again of the 2-month-old’s head.
Whereas Love wore a inexperienced onesie with reindeer on it, her dad and 4 of her 5 siblings rocked matching striped pajamas.
The most recent Combs spent her first Christmas with Quincy, 31, King, 24, Probability, 16, and twins D’Lila and Jessie, additionally 16. The Grammy winner’s son Justin, 28, didn’t seem like in attendance.
“Merry Christmas from my household to yours!” Combs captioned the Instagram carousel. “LOVE ❤️.”
Although he solely just lately introduced the arrival of “child lady,” she was truly born on Oct. 15 to mother Dana Tran, a 28-year-old cybersecurity specialist.
“I’m so blessed to welcome my child lady Love Sean Combs to the world,” the “I’ll Be Lacking You” hitmaker tweeted on Dec. 10.
“Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, Probability, D’Lila, Jessie and myself all love you a lot! God is the Biggest!”
Combs is at present relationship Metropolis Ladies member Yung Miami, whom he has clarified is “crucial and particular” to him — removed from a “aspect chick.”
As for the man musician, 28, she addressed her companion’s increasing household on a current episode of her podcast, informing her listeners that Love’s arrival “wasn’t, like, a shock.”