Diddys children are spending their first Christmas without their mother following her passing last month.
The 49-year-old posed with his 12-year-old twins DLila Star and Jessie James for a sweet snap posted on Instagram on 25 December.
The father-of-six, real name Sean Combs, captioned the post: L O V E MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS. (sic)
The festive snap saw the trio cuddled up as the girls wrapped their arms around his neck and snuggled close to their dad in front of a decorated tree.
On Sunday, the rapper and entrepreneur shared videos of the twins with half-sister Chance, 12, whom he shares with Sarah Chapman.
The young girls danced around with their friends during the party thrown by the music mogul dad.
Taking on tracks like Ciaras Level Up, the kids moved around in Diddys in-home gym for a dance-off between two groups of three girls
The fun and games went down in the Bad Boy Records founders 17,000 ft mega-mansion in Beverly Hills.
This comes after Quincy Brown, Kims eldest, paid tribute to his late mother in his new music video Christmas Time.
In the video the 27-year-old surprised three different families in the Best Buddies organisation with Christmas trees, decorations, and holiday cheer.
The Holiday Calendar star wrote on his Instagram: I love to see people smile. Thats the best gift.
Dressed in a red, festive puffer jacket as he arrived at the various homes with his gifts, the star said in the middle of the clip: Its holiday season, its Christmas time.
People let it overwhelm them because you know theres gifts theyve got to give people, places they want to go and we should just take a step back and realise the simplicity of what the holidays brings.
And then at the end of the video, he wrote: I love you, Mommy. – Quincy.
He took to social media last week to wish his late mother – who died on 15 November – a happy birthday.
Im celebrating you everyday & were honoring you for eternity. I miss you and love you more than anyone can imagine. Happy Birthday Mommy, he captioned the touching image.
Kim – who shared three children with Diddy and raised Quincy, her son from her relationship with Al B Sure! – was buried next to her mother Sarah Lee Porter who passed away in 2014.
During the funeral, last month, singer Faith Evans, Biggie Smalls widow, is said to have performed His Eye Is On The Sparrow while gospel star, Yolanda Adams, sang Just a Prayer Away.
Diddy gave the eulogy at the ceremony in Cascades Hills Church. Usher, Mary J Blige, Mario Winans, Dallas Austin, Bishop Noel Jones and Quincy also delivered a eulogy.
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Its claimed Quincy broke down as he spoke about his late mother and was joined at the mic by his father, Al B Sure!, and adopted father Diddy.
The service was packed with celebrities including best friend Kimora Lee Simmons, Missy Elliot, Lil Kim, Tichina Arnold, NeNe Leakes, Fat Joe, Kandi Burress, Winnie Harlow, Ryan Destiny, Stevie J and more.
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