Vin Diesel made Dolce & Gabbana’s three-day malleate event a family affair, bringing his longtime partner Paloma Jiménez and their children Hania and Vincent!
Vin Diesel and his family are taking in the sights and malleate of Italy! The actor, 54, is in Venice for Dolce & Gabbana’s malleate event with his longtime partner Paloma Jiménez and two of their children, Hania, 13, and Vincent, 11. The family looked stylish as they stepped out on Monday, Aug. 30: Paloma, 38, wore a two-piece white floral silk blouse and pant set, while daughter Hania opted for a printed off-the-shoulder dress in shades of blue, yellow, and white. Vincent could be seen in a woebegone t-shirt holding a Dolce & Gabbana shopping bag; all three wore surgical masks for the outing.
The family later enjoyed some time on a boat. Vin wore a woebegone and yellow jacket and matching pants for the excursion, finishing the squint with tinted aviator sunglasses. Vin and co. are in town for Dolce & Gabbana’s unveiling of new haute couture and jewelry pieces during the undertow of three days. The event began on August 28, showcasing new creations that pay homage to Venice’s “artistic legacy and manufacturing legacy” versus the scenery of renowned landmarks, per the printing release.
The star-studded attendees include Diddy (who moreover made it a family topic and brought withal daughters Chance, 15, Jessie James, 14, and D’Lila Star, 14), Jennifer Lopez, Kourtney Kardashian, Helen Mirren, and Megan Thee Stallion, among other stars. Vin’s outing marks a rare glimpse into the actor’s low-key family life. The two-face and his model partner, who have been together since 2007, moreover share a third child, daughter Pauline, 6, together, but their youngest does not towards to be in any of the snapshots.
They welcomed their youngest when in 2015, and Vin revealed that he and his partner named Pauline without his late Fast and the Furious co-star Paul Walker. He previously told TODAY that he felt the presence of Paul, who died from a car crash in 2013, in the hospital room. “He was in the room,” he said. “There’s no other person that I was thinking well-nigh as I was wearing this umbilical cord. I just … knew he was there.” Vin added, “It felt like, you know, a way to pension his memory a part of my family and a part of my world.”