Diplo Confirms He Has a Son with Model Jevon King in Touching Mother's Day Post

King also celebrated Mother's Day by sharing two sweet photos of Pace on Instagram. Both marked the first time she's shown her baby's face on social media.

"In the midst of all this chaos you’ve been my peace………….🦋💙," she wrote, captioning a picture of herself holding Pace. She included the hashtags, "#myfirstmothersday #happymothersday #myson #myheartbeat #mylifeline," on the post.

Hours later, King shared an adorable closeup of Pace.

“To my son," the model wrote. "As your mother I promise to love you, protect you, guide you, teach you, inspire you, provide for you and most importantly pray for you."

"Love, Your Mom,” she signed the note.

Back in March, days before Pace's birth, Diplo opened up about the pain he was feeling being separated from Lazer and Lockett amid the coronavirus pandemic.

While the star said he hadn't tested positive for COVID-19, he explained he was staying away from his young ones to assure he wasn't asymptomatic and spreading the highly contagious virus.

“My [sons] are too young to understand the complexities of what’s happening. But they aren’t anxious and nervous like the rest of us," Diplo wrote on a touching Instagram video of his two sons. "They live in a house with their grandmother who is the most vulnerable. I have been in contact with hundreds of people in the past four weeks … And I’m staying away from the house until I am cleared of the virus."

The musician went on to say that the separation "hurts because I miss them so much they are what makes me wake up every day and live and breathe, they are my ultimate joy, but this is my sacrifice to make sure everyone around me is safe."

"I haven’t had this much time home in years, and I wanted to build Legos and watch movies with them," Diplo continued at the time. "But for now I'm just going to stay by the window and listen to them play drums and sing for me."

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