The couple share a blended family, which includes daughter Nicole and sons Genesis, Egypt, Prince Nasir, and Kasseem Jr.
Alicia Keys and her family are winning Halloween once again!
On Tuesday, the singer, 42, shared a series of photos of her epic Halloween costume with husband Swizz Beatz, 45, and their blended family. The entire Keys-Beatz clan wore costumes from the Mortal Kombat universe, which is a franchise centered around a series of fighting video games.
Keys wore a Kitana costume, donning a pair of blue pants, a blue shirt and holding blue fans, while all five of the couple's kids — Prince Nasir, 22, Kasseem Jr. 16, Nicole, 15, Egypt, 13, and Genesis, 8, — wore other costumes from the franchise. Even Beatz got in on the costume, holding up a blue outfit as his costume.
"Halloween 2023 💜💜💜," she wrote in the caption.
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Keys shares Egypt and Genesis with Beatz. The rapper is dad to Prince Nasir, Kasseem Jr. and Nicole from previous relationships.
Earlier this month, the "Girl on Fire" singer shared a tribute to her son Egypt on his 13th birthday. Sharing a series of photos throughout her son's life on Instagram, she penned a heartfelt message in the caption.
"This can’t be real!! You can’t be 13!!!! You are a dream come true!!" she began.
"May the most high protect you!! and may you always walk like the young king you are 👑👑👑 I’m so proud of you, my son!! 🌞🌞🌞You light up the world!!! Happy Born Day!!!!! To happiness, love, blessings and many many more!! 💥💥💥💥💥."
Beatz also shared a special post for his son, writing, "Happy Birthday Egypt the Big 13 wow🥳 We love you and wish you many blessings 🙏🏽."
"This crazy world needs your positive love and energy 🤍🤍🤍 Look at how big you are now it’s happening tooooooooooo fast almost 6ft💆🏾♂️🤌🏾😮💨🤍🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳," he concluded.
Over the years, Keys has been very vocal about the different facets of motherhood.
"Motherhood, I find, makes you look at yourself in a way that is a mirror like no other that you've been presented with before," she told PEOPLE at the 2019 American Express and Billboard Women in Music Impact Brunch in Los Angeles.
"I think it makes you look at what you have taken or learned from other people and how that becomes your truth, whether it's yours or not."
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