Only four months have passed since media mogul in the making Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko welcomed their second child together, and already the little one is learning the family business.
The “Laugh at My Pain” comedian posted a photo of himself holding daughter Kaori while in front of a mic working. He captioned it: “Learning the family business early 😂 #Harts”
Comedian Kevin Hart says he is teaching his 4-month-old daughter Kaori the business early. (Photo: @kevinhart4real/Instagram)
Fans couldn’t care less whether he was recording for his podcast “Straight From the Hart with Kevin Hart” or working on his upcoming audiobook as they swooned over the infant.
“Look at this beautiful family 😍😍”
“She is so Cuteeeee homie 👼,” wrote some commenters on Instagram.
Others took notice of how Kaori bears a striking resemblance to the couple’s older child, their 3-year-old son named Kenzo, as well as her father.
“That’s his damn twin I thought the boy was but it’s her”
“You have some strong @$$ Genes. This baby looks just like you too.”
“She is her youngest brothers twin 😩😍”
“Y’all literally had the same baby twice 😳😩❤️”
Even Eniko has publicly acknowledged that it seems as though she gave birth to twins with a three-year age gap.
Hart also shares two older children, daughter Heaven and son Hendrix, with his ex-wife and longtime comedy muse Torrei Hart. While his ex-wife has served as the butt of his jokes for years, it seems as though the former couple have landed on better terms as they co-parent.
Both Hart and Torrei even found themselves making the rounds on social media after posting separate videos doing the “JuneBug” challenge. Aside from sharing moments of his life and funny content to social, Hart has been diligently working behind the scene to secure deals.
At the top of the year it was announced that Hart’s production company, HartBeat Productions, secured a multi-project deal with Netflix. The major deal further solidifies the 41-year-old’s often-referenced “hustle Hart” mentality won’t be letting up anytime soon, even if that means getting work done with an infant by his side.
“bruh u look tired them newborns a little different when u hit 50.”