Over the weekend, Rodney Peete and Holly Robinson Peete‘s HollyRod Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary with its annual event, the DesignCare gala, which raises money for autism research, in LA. In addition to a who’s who of star guests coming through to support, they brought along their children for the event — that includes the Peetes having their four children, twins Ryan and RJ, and Robinson and Roman, be a part of the fun.
In addition to gracing the red carpet with their presence, a few celebrity kids walked in the fashion showcase (including Aoki Lee Simmons, Ryan Peete and Jessie and D’Lila Combs), which was presented by designer Sergio Hudson. Others were just in attendance, glad to support and enjoy a great night (and performance by Robin Thicke!). Take a look at the star families that showed up and showed out for a great cause.
Holly, Rodney and their brood (who hit the red carpet all in black by the way), posed for a picture during the successful event.
The Combs Kids
The twins, Jessie and D’Lila, and their older brother, Christian, represented for their family at the event. As mentioned, the girls walked in the fashion showcase.
Kimora Lee Simmons and Aoki
Kimora and her beautiful daughter Aoki Lee Simmons posed with a loved one, and later, with Jessie, D’Lila and Christian Combs (Kimora was close with their late mother, Kim Porter), at the event. Aoki also walked as part of the fashion showcase.
Boris Kodjoe, Nicole Ari Parker and Son Nicolas
Towering over his parents, 16-year-old Nicolas managed to stand out next to his stunning mom, Nicole, and dad, Boris, at the event.
Arsenio Hall and Son Cheron
Comedian and former talk show host Arsenio Hall hit the red carpet for the gala, in support of the HollyRod Foundation.
Tisha Campbell and Sons Xen and Ezekiel
Campbell, whose son Xen is thriving as a young man with autism, brought both of her boys to the celebration for the foundation’s 25th year.
Valeisha Butterfield and Son Dahntay
The uber successful businesswoman brought her mini, son Dahntay, along to mark the occasion.
Child piano prodigy Jude Keyz, or Jude Nyame Yie Kofie, was honored at the event. If you didn’t know, he’s an 11-year-old with autism whose skills on the keys (hence the name) have allowed him to go viral online. He had his father and brother by his side for this major moment.