Music and business mogul Sean Diddy is still mourning his ex-wife, model Kim Porter, one year after her sudden death at her Toluca Lake, California home.
The 50-year-old mogul paid tribute to the late mother of his children on Friday, November 2019, with a heartwarming video and a caption that showed he's is still broken.
The touching home video shared Diddy's on Instagram showed Porter playing the piano in a bright orange dress.
As she continues playing a beautiful melody, the model is seen making fun faces as a dog nearby continues to bark over her tunes.
“I miss you soooo much. So much heartbroken. Every time I get sad I look at this video and it brings a smile to my face,” Diddy wrote of his late ex-girlfriend.
“I thank God for the precious time he allowed us to have with you. I wish you were here with us right now and this was all a dream. I will never give up on that wish.Love you forever," he added.
Fans, family and friends including celebrities Busta Rhymes and Rita Ora quickly camped on the post to send their messages of comfort to the father of six
Misa Hylton-Brim, the mother of Diddy’s eldest biological son Justin Dior Combs, commented on the video with a red heart.
On the day before the anniversary of Porter’s death, Diddy shared a photo of a broken heart on his Instagram, simply writing her initials “KP” as the caption.
Three weeks ahead of the anniversary of her death, the rapper shared another photo of Porter posing in front of a gorgeous view of water and palm trees.
In the photo of the model’s silhouette, she looks towards the sun as she cradles her hands around the sun’s light.
Porter died of lobar pneumonia the age of 47 and was laid to rest in her hometown of Columbus, Georgia.
The pair share children: Quincy Brown, 28, who Diddy helped raise, Christian King’ Combs, 21, and twin daughters D’Lila Star and Jessie James Combs, 12.
Diddy is also father to daughter Chance Combs, 13, from a previous relationship with Sarah Chapman, and Justin, 25.
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