Barts over Christmas while they vacationed with her three children. However and whenever it happened, congratulations to the happy couple!Kimora Lee Simmons is off the market, and it’s her ex, Russell Simmons, who made the announcement.These days, the fashion designer is careful about how she refers to Djimon, but to friends she is quick to call him “my husband.” [From NY Daily News] Though their marriage isn’t official in the US, Djimon was seen out buying a ring for Kimora in Beverley Hills at Martin Katz jeweler recently, so they are probably planning a wedding in the States now that Kimora is no longer legally attached.Kimora is by all accounts a self-centered diva, so the whole African-themed marriage before her divorce is finalized seems right up her alley.For our part, we're enamored by her ability to have a top-secret wedding.Celebrities like Adam Brody and Leighton Meester have perfected the science of tying the knot incognito, and while we love nothing more than a highly-publicized event (ahem, Kimye), there's something truly romantic about a commitment to keeping nuptials completely private.Magazine, during when she opens up about some personal issues, like son Kenzo and life as a soccer mom to her daughters Ming and Aoki.
Under the guise of celebrating Aoki’s 6th birthday, the newly “married” couple enjoyed a romantic honeymoon.Simmons took to Twitter to debunk rumors that Lee Simmons was dating rapper Birdman on Wednesday, revealing that the 38-year-old had secretly married businessman Tim Leissner.Despite the announcement, it’s still unclear when Simmons and the Goldman Sachs banker tied the knot.“She went whole hog with the African theme − there were African drums, a traditional ceremony with dancers . They were pretty confused as to what was going on,” says our source.As for Djimon, although he isn’t quite up to the level of daddy Russell, “They like him,” our source says simply.
Rapper Birdman had posted a photo of himself and Kimora on Instagram with the caption, "S/O @Official Kimora luv of my life.