Diddy’s twin daughters D’Lila and Jessie brought the heat at their graduation ceremony. The pair looked incredibly gorgeous in their matching and stylish outfits. D’Lila Star and Jessie James, Diddy’s twin daughters, have officially finished middle school, and unsurprisingly, the pair turned up to their graduation in grand style.
Taking to her Instagram story, D’Lila and Jessie’s older sister Chance proudly shared a photo of herself posing with the pair at their graduation ceremony.
As usual, the twins matched in a tight-f*tti*g blue dr-ess stopping right above their knees. They topped off their look with white mini jackets, white sneakers, and Cuban necklaces.
D’Lila and Jessie accessorized their outfit with a pair of rose-tinted sunglasses while wearing their braided hairstyle in a half topknot.
On the other hand, Chance opted for a tight-fitting bl-ack dress, a denim jacket, and white sneakers. She rocked a c*te necklace and sported a slicked-back hairdo.
With Chance flan-ked by the twins on both sides, they flashed their charming smiles while posing for the camera. The doting big sister w*ote, “8th GRADE DONE. CONGRATS TO MY SISTERS”
Diddy also congratulated D’Lila and Jessie by reposting the same picture on his Instagram story. He left out a caption and opted to tag the trio instead.
D’Lila and Jessie’s recent outfit is not the first time they have been seen matching. More often than not, the pair is always twinning with their clothes.
But when they are not showing off their modern taste in fashion, the twins collaborate with Chance to help those in need and give back to the community.
According to People, the power trio once donated beauty and skincare products to Alexandria House, a transitional residence supporting women and children.
In addition to their ph1lanthropic acts, D’Lila and Jessie are also budding entertainers, YouTubers, and professional fashion models.
At only 14, these teenagers seem to be taking over the world while also reaching significant milestones in their education. No doubt, Diddy is proud of the young women they are growing up to be.