Kimora Talks Family, Gets PoliticalPublished by Runteldat on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 11:50 am.
In it, the model turned mogul discusses the new baby and how her kids have adjusted to their growing family.
Kimora explains to BC mag, “I’ve grown as a person, so some things are different. Having a son was a twist, but of course I’m happy and loving it.”
A third kid makes for an even larger more load for Kimora, although the Baby Phat CEO notes her frequently hectic schedule is “always fulfilling.”
As for how her daughters, Ming and Aoki, have adjusted, she says, “They’re very nurturing and have been gung-ho about welcoming Kenzo to our family. They’re very protective and love to watch him explore and discover the world.”
Simmons spoke with Fox411.com and had this to say:
“It’s whatever people call it, but that’s as official as it gets for me. I was wearing white. There were rings and cakes and flowers and people crying. That’s as good as it gets for me. I don’t need anything extra.”
Kimora also took the time to write a heartfelt blog in memory of Aiyana Jones, the 7-year-old girl who was shot and killed in her sleep during a police raid. Kimora is joining others who have called into a federal investigation into Jones’ death.
She said while she does not consider the officer who killed Jones a “monster,” she did note:
“We have militarized our police force, and in doing so, created a war between those who are suppose to protect AND serve our communities with the men, women and children that live in them! We break down doors in our own neighborhoods, the way we break down doors in Baghdad or Kabul. We treat our very own citizens as if they are on the other side. We have lost the connection we once had with our police force. We are afraid of them and they are afraid of us!”