Kevin Hart and his wife, Eniko, are enjoying their time in Budapest. The celebrity father took to Instagram on Wednesday (June 9) to share pictures from his and the family’s vacation in Hungary.
“Harts in Budapest,” Kevin told his social media fans. “Fatherhood will be hitting @netflix in 9 days,” the celebrity father added. “Let’s go!”
Fatherhood is a Netflix drama that revolves around a dad (Kevin Hart) who must figure out parenting alone after his daughter’s mom dies one day after giving birth to their little one. The movie is based on the inspirational true story of a father who was thrust into single parenthood after the tragic passing of his child’s mother.
“I think the beauty of fatherhood is embracing the unknown,” Kevin recently said of his forthcoming film and his role as a dad at home. “There’s this real want to have it all figured out,” Hart continued. “It’s just not going to happen like that. There’s nothing that can prepare you for the curves and turns that are up ahead.”
Kevin leaned on his parenting abilities in real life to execute his role in the film. “I remember being left with my kids for the first time,” Hart shared with Extra. “Those moments of trying to figure out the hairstyles or what to feed the babies or what not to feed the baby. ‘Oh, my God, is my baby allergic to anything?…’ These are all things you learn as you get more comfortable.”
Kevin and Eniko Hart welcomed their youngest child, Kaori Mai Hart, last year. The celebrity father addressed the notion of having more kids in the future during a recent interview with ET.
“Is the house not loud enough,” Kevin asked when questioned about the possibility of another child. “I think it’s loud enough around here,” Hart mused. “It’s good,” he said on a more serious note. “We’re in a good place, a family of six and a couple of dogs, it’s a lot going on right now. I say that jokingly but, you know, look, if it’s what the universe calls for and it’s what we’ve decided, then it is what it is.”
Kevin Hart has four kids – Kaori, Heaven, Hendrix, and Kenzo – in all. Catch Fatherhood on Netflix next Friday, June 18, 2021.
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