Kevin Hart's Daughter Heaven Gifted Mercedes For Her 16th Birthday
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Kevin Hart's daughter Heaven was surprised with a new Mercedes for her 16th birthday. Watch here:
Yes, it looks like Heaven had a sweet 16 to remember, with video shared by birthday bash event planners revealing a rather generous gift in the form of a Mercedes SUV, resplendent in red ribbons and estimated to cost around $85,000 (£61,000).
Snaps from the party also showed a large dining table for attendees and an impressive garden cinema set-up.
Heaven is the eldest of Hart's four children. He had her with ex-wife Torrei, with whom he also has a son, called Hendrix.
The pair divorced in 2011 and Hart married Eniko Parrish, in 2016.
They have two children together - son Kenzo Kash, who was born in 2017, and daughter Kaori May, who was born last September.
Hart said he developed a deeper appreciation for his family after he was involved in a near-fatal car crash in September 2019, in which he suffered fractures from his T10 to his L1 vertebrae, requiring major surgery to fuse his spine.
He had been riding as a passenger in one of his cars - a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda - when it crashed from Cold Canyon Road onto Mulholland Highway.
Speaking on The Joe Rogan Experience last year, the comedian and actor opened up about the crash and its impact on his life.
He said: "My son doubled as nurse, my daughter doubled as nurse, Eniko doubled as it. They were there.
"My brother came. That's when the care about what was important really changed... the things that you think are important, you get to looking around at a hospital, almost four walls - none of that s*** that you think is important is in there. It's one of these people."
He also described how overwhelmed he became when he was finally released from hospital and got to go home - something he had feared may never happen.
He said: "My biggest cry in life came from the first day that I came home from the hospital because I never had to see that house again. Like, there was an option of me never seeing that home again.
"There was an option of me never walking on that driveway again. There was an option of me never seeing my wife and my kids again.
"It wasn't like a build-up cry - it was pull up, get out, feet touch the ground, 'What the f*** just came over me? Boo hoo.' Like, 'What the f***, what just happened?' By the way, a painful cry, because my back was f***ed up.
"It's not until you get close to that light that you truly respect, that I respect that there are no bad days. Miss me with any bulls***. I'm smiling because I have no reason to be angry because I don't have to be here."