Scroll on to meet the entertainer’s seven kids.
1. Quincy Taylor Brown
Quincy Taylor Brown was born to Kim Porter and Albert Joseph Brown III, aka Al B. Sure!, in 1991. He is the namesake of musical legend Quincy Jones, who mentored his father.
He was a toddler when the model began dating Diddy and Diddy adopted him.
Quincy penned an open letter in which he opened up about his experience growing up with Diddy on GlobalGrind.com in 2018. “Sean Combs, also known as ‘Diddy’, has been a father figure in my life for as long as I can remember,” he wrote.
Quincy praised Diddy’s parenting efforts. “Sean Combs is the person whom I look up to and appreciate as a father. He is the one who helped mould me into the person I am today and I will always try to live up to his expectations,” he continued.
Quincy is well on the way to doing that as an actor, singer and songwriter. He is currently starring in Power Book III: Raising Kanan on Starz. He previously starred in the Fox musical hit Star.
He has several successful singles and in 2017 he remixed the biggest single from his other dad, “Nite and Day.”
2. Justin Combs
Diddy and Misa Hylton welcomed Justin Combs in 1993.
The Bad Boy label founder dated stylist and fashion designer Hylton in the early 90s. When they had their son Justin, their family bond was solidified in MTV history.
The couple appeared in the video for “Big Poppa,” a single from Bad Boy artist The Notorious B.I.G. and a close friend of Diddy’s.
Justin also appeared in the video for “Juicy”. He created his own videos on his dad’s Revolt TV as the executive producer behind the popular interview series Respectfully, Justin, which aired in 2021.
3. Christian Combs
Diddy and Kim Porter welcomed Christian Combs in 1994, and “King Combs” is following in his dad’s footsteps.
4. Chance Combs
Diddy and Sarah Chapman welcomed their daughter Chance Combs in 2006.
Chance is just as stylish as her father. She starred in a Clueless-inspired campaign for Glam-Aholic Lifestyle, a Black-owned luxury handbag brand alongside her sisters D’Lila Star and Jessie, in 2022.
5 and 6. D’Lila Star Combs and Jessie James Combs
Diddy and Porter welcomed twins D’Lila Star Combs and Jessie James Combs in 2006.
Porter and Diddy appeared on the cover of Essence together during her pregnancy with the sisters, who are now emerging models.
The twins have followed in their mother’s glamorous footsteps. They appeared in Dolce & Gabbana fashion show (a gig once held by it girl Lori Harvey) with their sister Chance in 2022
7. Love Sean Combs
On December 10, 2022, Diddy announced his daughter, Love Sean Combs, was born.
“I’m so blessed to welcome my baby girl Love Sean Combs to the world,” he wrote on X (formerly Twitter).
The rapper and philanthropist added that his family was thrilled about the new addition.
“Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, Chance, D’Lila, Jessie and myself all love you so much! God is the greatest,” he continued.
TMZ reported that the baby girl’s mum is Dana Tran, a cybersecurity professional. The publication added that infant was born on October 15 in Newport, California.
At the 2023 MTV VMAs, Diddy brought his children on stage for an electric performance
Ahead of the event, at which Diddy became only the third-ever recipient of the Global Icon Award, he was joined on the red carpet by D’Lila, Jessie, Chance and Justin.
Speaking to E! News, Chance said: “We’re proud of everything he’s accomplished over all of these years.”
“We love you so much, you’re our biggest inspiration,” she added.
Jessie and D’Lila said: “We’re very proud of our dad.”
Before picking up his award, Diddy then delivered a career-spanning medley of his greatest hits, during which D’Lila, Jessie and King all joined him on the stage.
Jessie and D’Lila danced behind him as he performed “I’ll Be Missing You”, his 1997 tribute song to the late Notorious B.I.G.
King then stepped out alongside his father for renditions of “Bad Boy for Life” and “Mo Money Mo Problems”.
“This is a dream come true for me,” Diddy said later, upon accepting his award, which was presented to him by Chance and long-time friend Mary J. Blige.
“You just gotta keep dreaming,” he added. “I thank God for this choice that he made for me to be able to touch you with my music, give you a good time, make you dance, make you feel good.”