Put On A Happy Face: Separated Couples Who Still Spend Christmas Together For The Kids

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Celebrity Seeds, Coupled Up, Multi


Celebrity Couples During Christmas

You know what’s important when couples split: the kids. It’s always integral to make sure the kids are taken care of and the parents still give them a great Holiday season. That’s why, even though they may be split up, they still come together for the Holidays. Here are some couples who put on smiles and get together for Christmas time for the kids’ sakes. Toast to them.

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Swizz Beatz and Mashonda – Swizzle Sticks did Mashonda dirty but he still gets with her to hang with the kids for the holidays. Precious.

Heidi Klum and Seal take their children to a playground in NYC

Seal and Heidi Klum – Seal and Heidi spent their first divorced Holiday together for the kids.

Nas, Kelis and her son Knight Jones at Saks Fifth Ave in Beverly Hills. The singer and mother of Nasir Jones' first-born son, Knight Jones, are seen exiting the retail shop with a female companion.

Nas and Kelis – They still shop and have dinner with the little one.

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Russell Simmons and Kimora Lee – They still kick it for holidays. Uncle Rush even hung out with Djimon too.

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Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry – They spent holidays together until he showed up looking for fights

jennifer-lopez & marc anthony withtwins

J. Lo and Marc Anthony – THey usually spend holidays with the twins…but let’s see where Casper is.

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Lil Wayne and Toya – Wayne and Toya have been holding it down since Reginae was a tot.

Katie Holmes secretly rented a New York apartment so that she could file for divorce there to help ensure she gets custody of her daughter Suri

TOMKAT – Apparently they’ll hang but we don’t know what kind of crazy Scientology ish they wanna do.

Erykah Badu

Erykah Badu – All baby daddies are welcome to kick it with the kids for the holidays. House must get crowded, no?


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