It has been a couple of years since we’ve checked in an all of Kevin Federline’s children, including his eldest children from his pre-Britney Spears dalliance with actress Shar Jackson. We’ve been keeping abreast of his children with Britney (Sean Preston and Jayden James) on a regular basis but haven’t really heard from or seen his kids with Shar (Kori Madison and Kaleb Michael). Today we get to check out a batch of photos of K-Fed with all 4 of his children enjoying a playdate here in SoCal together over the weekend … behold:
Britney Spears’ ex-husband Kevin Federline looks to have lost the battle of the bulge once again. Despite a recent stint on reality TV show Celebrity Fit Club where the back-up dancer managed to drop over two stone, Federline appears to have gained back a lot of the weight again. Federline was spotted Saturday with his girlfriend Victoria Prince, taking his four children to the park in Chatsworth, California. Federline, who was dressed in his usual outfit of extra-large baggy white T-shirt and long shorts, was bloated in the face and was obviously carrying a lot of extra baggage around the stomach area. Federline previously blamed his weight gain on depression following his split from Spears, with whom he has two sons, Sean Preston, 4 and Jayden James, 3 … Shar Jackson, Federline’s ex-fiancée, and mother of his two other children, Kori, 7 and Kaleb, 5 appeared alongside Federline on Fit Club, which made for some dramatic moments. Jackson was pregnant with Kaleb when Federline met Spears and gave birth when the couple were engaged.
I’m just a bit shocked to see how much the Jackson-Federline children have grown. Kori is so big and Kaleb, man, I didn’t even recognize him. When last I saw photos of him, he was still a baby … now he’s a big kid. I kinda love the photos of Sean P. and Jayden with their Starbucks drinks … they looks just like their mama (bare feet and all ;). K-Fed may annoy the hell out of me but he does make cute babies. That being said, I think it’s best if he stops at 4 kids … I’m not sure the world really needs any more Federlines.