P. Diddy throws royal kids' party
Published 24/06/2013 | 14:37
P. Diddy has posted a picture of himself wearing a fake crown and holding a scepter online, as he parties with his children at a princess-themed bash.
The hip-hop star has five children with various partners, including twin girls D'Lila and Jessie and daughter Chance, who are all around six.
Over the weekend the twins enjoyed a party with their father, who posted about the bash on Twitter. Three little girls are seen beaming at the camera, with fake crowns atop their heads and jewel-encrusted wands clutched in their hands.
Diddy sits at the head of the table, with a huge red crown at a jaunty angle on his head. His huge chair is made to look like a throne and he is wearing a red and white robe and holding a gold sceptre.
"Tea party with my princesses haaaaa :) (sic)," he captioned the shot.
The rapper still has an air of the superstar about him in the image, partly due to the dark sunglasses he is wearing.
The picture went down a storm with his fans, who were quick to comment on how lovely it was to see a multi-millionaire throwing a fun party for his kids.
Diddy is renowned for having huge parties. He hosted a lavish baby shower ahead of the twins' birth, with the registry list boasting an $88,000 R-class Mercedes Benz "for the twins to ride in".
Although the hip-hop legend has expensive tastes he also likes to put people at ease. Girls creator Lena Dunham has praised him on Twitter, revealing he couldn't have been kinder when he stopped by the show's set.
"When @iamdiddy visited the Girls set our crew flipped royalty-style. He's a special friend of women in the arts (sic)," she wrote yesterday.
Lena is a prolific user of the social networking website and enjoys telling fans about the silly things that happen to her. She spends a lot of time poking fun at herself, such as admitting she sometimes speaks without thinking.
"’Some wedding aren't great. but I've just never been disappointed by a funeral’ -me just chatting away at brunch," she wrote on Sunday.
"In conversation with someone reserved I start acting like I am the half of a vaudeville duo that has to pull all the weight (sic)."
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