Is Kimora Lee three times lucky or an opportunist?
Former model and former CEO of Baby Phat, Kimora Lee, knows how to snag rich fathers for her children. She just gave birth to a baby boy for her latest husband, financier, Tim Leissner. He is even richer than her former husbands.
Lee already has two daughters, Aoki and Ming for her ex-husband, Simmons, a fashion and music mogul; owner of the popular Phat label. While married to him, she was CEO of Baby Phat. After they divorced she hooked up with an A-list actor, Djimon Hounsou, they stayed married for merely four years and she gave him a son, Kenzo.
It was rumoured that the reason they broke up was because Kimora was living like she was Queen of England, and Hansou wasn’t ready to support that lifestyle.
Now, she has a husband that is rich enough to support whatever lifestyle she wants and they are celebrating the birth of a son whom they bestowed with a rich sounding name – Wolfe Lee Leissner.
In a statement to People, Kimora’s rep says, she is doing well and is howling with excitement. The couple has this to say: “We are filled with joy, adoration and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our son,”
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