Celebs with blended families


Alicia Keys recently released a single called Blended Families, in whichshe speaks about the drama that happened between herself, husband Swiss Beatz and his ex-wife Mashonda in the beginning of their relationship. The trio have come along way but they aren't the only celebrities who're working on uniting their blended families.

Check out the others below. 

The Smiths 

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Jada is the mother of Willow and Jaden, but also the stepmother to Will’s son Trey, whom he fathered from a previous relationship with Sheree Fletcher. The trio is doing well now but in a Facebook post a couple of years ago, Jada did admit that things haven't always been smooth.

The Harts 

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For years, Kevin Hart's first wife, Tori, blamed Onika (Kevin's current wife) for ruining her marriage with the comedian. But judging from the picture above, it seems like they buried the hatchet for the sake of the children.

The Simmons

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If there's one person who knows how to blend her family quite well, it's model and businesswoman, Kimora Lee Simmons. Kimora has two daughters with Russell, and a son with actor Djimon Hounsu.

The Deans 

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Swiss Beatz and Alicia Keys have come a long way since their relationship started in 2008. Just like Tori Hart, Mashonda, Swiss' ex-wife, felt that Alicia Keys ruined her family. Mashonda even went as far as writing the Fallin hit maker an open letter. But it seems like all is well now in the Dean house because a couple of years ago, they all went on holiday and just last week, Alicia Keys dedicated a song to Mashonda, which she clearly liked because she reposted it on her Instagram.

Pictures: Instagram 

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