Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon rocked the Kids Choice Awards with their two children, making being divorced and parenting look way easier than it probably is in real life.
It has been four years since Carey and Cannon split, but they have clearly found their rhythm when it comes to parenting 6-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe. The four of them walked the orange carpet at the Kids Choice Awards last weekend looking happy, stylish, and having the time of their lives.
Carey, Cannon, Roe, and Rocco were all decked out like a family of rock stars, which lets be honest - they all are. The Mariah’s World star was dressed in black ensemble including a leather jacket, studded heels, and shades. Little Monroe was the epitome of her being her famous mom's mini-me, as she wore basically the same black outfit as Carey.
The Cannon men also looked very rock and roll, as well as dapper, in their threads. Rocco and the America’s Got Talent host were sporting orange-and-white sweatsuit outfits that screamed they are way too cool for school. The guys also wore matching white sneakers, as well as an orange and white sweat headbands.
When your parents are Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey, there is no way you aren’t going to have a killer sense of fashion style. However, it is not every day fans get to witness the family together showing off their amazing fashion sense. The Cannon twins also got to show off their rock star style alongside Kids Choice Awards host John Cena, who posed with them inside the event.
They may be divorced, but Carey and Cannon are all about co-parenting their twins. Along with taking their kids to the slimy awards show, the family was spotted spending time at the museum together on Martin Luther King Jr. day.
“Celebrating today in honor of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Junior at the Kidspace Children’s Museum,” shared the 47-year-old singer along with a family photo on Instagram.
Although the exes are all about co-parenting, they have no intentions of getting back together. Each have expressed they are friendly and are still a family, but there will be no reconciliation.