Eniko and Kevin Hart were all about charity this Labor Day weekend. The celebrity couple held their annual HartBeat event that served to benefit Britticares International.

“Night one down. Two more to GO,” Eniko exclaimed after she and Kevin kicked off their monster event. The expectant model rocked heels throughout the three-day weekend, which impressed her Instagram followers to no end.


“Hunnieee how were you able to wear heels” singer Trina B asked. “Like an hour after wearing heels, I was in flats.” Another fan invited their partner to take a look at Eniko’s style. “Bae she’s in heels,” the follower wrote while tagging someone else.

Eniko and Kevin’s HartBeat was all about giving back in both a hilarious and entertaining way. The Harts had quite the lineup at their event with Usher in the music department and Dave Chappelle holding down the standup comedy section. A portion of the three-day event went to Kevin Hart Charities, which benefited Britticares International.

Britticares is an organization committed to helping children survive cancer. The foundation’s mission is “to give children every opportunity to smile, and have quality of life during their challenges with childhood cancer.” Britticares has several programs available to accomplish their goal that includes the Power of Life Blood Drive, Imagine Me: Bedroom Makeovers, Patient Party Times, and Holiday Smiles.

Learn more about the inspiration behind Britticares International here. Stay tuned for more Eniko and Kevin Hart baby news!



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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