It’s a Baby Boy for Kimmora Lee Simmons and Tim Leissner

By Mradula Mahajan | 2 years ago
It’s a Baby Boy for Kimmora Lee Simmons and Tim Leissner

Kimmora Lee Simmons, the 39-year old former CEO of Baby Phat and current President and Creative Director of JustFab,  and 45-year old financier husband Tim Leissner, welcomed their new baby boy, Wolfe, on Tuesday.

In a statement to People on Tuesday, the couple said, “We are filled with joy, adoration and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our son.” A rep for the former model informed that Simmons is doing well after the pregnancy and Leissner is ‘ecstatic’.


This is the first child of the couple together, but Simmons is already a hands-on mother to 51/2 year-old son, Kenzo with actor Djimon Hounsou, and has two daughters, Ming, 15, and Aoki, 12, from her relationship with ex-husband Russell Simmons. Kimmora and Russell had parted ways in 2006 after eight years of marriage and divorced in 2009. Leissner is also dad to two daughters aged  9 and 12 from a previous relationship.

Wolfe’s siblings are happy, excited and helping out, the rep informed People.

Simmon had been very active on Instagram throughout her pregnancy period and graced her followers with pictures of the couple together and happy. She proudly showed-off her baby bump and had been eagerly awaiting Wolfe’s arrival in their lives.

Kimmora was first seen showing off her baby bump in December in a blue bathing suit while vacationing on a yacht in St Bart’s with her kids. Her daughter, Ming announced the gender of the baby in February on Instagram with a picture with her mother on baby shower. Russell Simmons, ex-husband of Kimmora, who was present during all the festivities, also took to Instagram with caption, ‘Kimora and Tim had beautiful baby shower today. Really fun’. The baby is welcomed with all the grace and festivities.

We at Movies News Guide congratulate the new parents and wish little Wolfe health and happiness!

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