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Kimora Lee Simmons Snaps Back!

Baby Phat CEO Kimora Lee Simmons, 34, and her daughters - Ming , 9,and Aoki, 7 – along with husband Djimon Hounsou, 45, were spotted out for lunch in Los Angeles, Calif. on New Year’s Eve day.

The family, and two of their friends, were all smiles as they ate their meal and posed for the paps, while Kimora grabbed her camera to snap some photos back!

Recently, the former model chatted with Page Six magazine about making time for her children:

My family is the most important thing to me. I’ve never missed any type of performance—not one recital, not one karate belt. If there’s a toe being tapped or a tune being whistled, I am there. We do everything together. I know we live a little bit of a different life, with all the running around and the TV show, so I want to make sure we’re even more grounded.

Kimora and Djimon were married in 2009 and are also parents to 7-month-old Kenzo. Ming and Aoki’s father is Kimora’s ex-husband, Russell Simmons.

 

Djimon Hounsou


Djimon Gaston Hounsou (born April 24, 1964) is a Beninese actor and model. As an actor, Hounsou has been nominated for two Academy Awards. Djimon Hounsou was born in Cotonou, Benin. He emigrated to Paris at the age of thirteen with his brother, Edmond, and moved to the U.S. in 1990.

One year before obtaining his college degree he dropped out of school to pursue acting. Since 2007, Hounsou has been dating model and CEO of the fashion label Baby Phat, Kimora Lee Simmons. On 30 May 2009, Simmons gave birth to their son, Kenzo Lee Hounsou. Hounsou and Simmons were married in 2009 before Kenzo’s birth.

 

Kimora Lee Simmons: “Family Is The Most Important Thing To Me”

Model turned Baby Phat CEO, Kimora Lee Simmons, and her gorgeous family - hubby Djimon Hounsou, their 6-month-old baby boy Kenzo and Kimora’s two daughters, Ming, 9, and Aoki, 7 - model for their first-ever holiday family portrait in their 40,000-square-foot Saddle River Mansion, one of the largest personal residences in the state of New Jersey. The beautiful family are featured in the next edition of Page Six magazine, free inside the New York Post on December 3.

On making time for her children: “My family is the most important thing to me. I’ve never missed any type of performance—not one recital, not one karate belt. If there’s a toe being tapped or a tune being whistled, I am there. We do everything together. I know we live a little bit of a different life, with all the running around and the TV show, so I want to make sure we’re even more grounded.”

On life with her new husband, and the rumors that their marriage is not legal: “We’re married. That’s all. It happened in Africa, in Benin. The girls were there, and we had a wonderful time. It was very calm, family-motivated and spiritual. Djimon and I enjoy discussing anything from politics to wine, and we have enriching, private, happy, balanced lives together. That’s probably the thing that would shock people most: We do things like go to the grocery store and have fun with our kids. We’re a normal family, doing the best we can.”

 

Kimora Lee Simmons & Her Cross Creek Crew

Baby Phat CEO Kimora Lee Simmons and husband Djimon Hounsou spent their Sunday afternoon (November 22) at Cross Creek Park in Malibu, Calif. with their 5-month-old baby boy Kenzo and Kimora’s two daughters, Ming, 9, and Aoki, 7.

The 34-year-old designer/reality TV star recently revealed to OK! that she and Djimon are considering adding a fourth baby to their family, but not right away:

I would like a little moment to be free to eat what I want and have a little drink and to enjoy my body post-baby – since the baby has moved out. We always call it the baby condo that they left behind – you know, the belly.

 

Kimora Lee Simmons & Family: LAX Landing

Kimora Lee Simmons, her hubby Djimon Honsou and kids Ming, 9, Aoki, 7, and Kenzo, 5 months, were spotted at LAX airport last night.

The 34-year-old Baby Phat CEO recently revealed that she isn't done having kids just yet:

I don’t put a number on it… If it’s four of five, I wouldn’t mind. I think I’ve been blessed enough to take care of them and blessed enough to have the wherewithal to deal with them, and the mental capacity and the patience, so I don’t see why I couldn’t or why I wouldn’t. I love it. It’s the most rewarding thing of my life, and I think Djimon feels the same way."