Looks like Swizz Beatz and his wife Alicia Keys have taken a page out of Will and Jada’s book on how to make blended families work. The couple was spotted on Nikki Beach vacationing in St. Barths — with Swizz’s ex-wife Mashonda in tow!

Celebrating a family friend’s birthday, Swizz and Alicia showered each other with affection with Mashonda sitting right next to them. Meanwhile, Mashonda was all smiles as she enjoyed quality time with her and Swizz’s son Kasseem Dean Jr.

If you remember, back in 2011, she penned an open letter, giving us a peek inside her new blended family and why she chose to forgive her ex-husband.

“I now realize that even my former husband and his new wife, are my partners in this wonderful journey. When I look into Kasseem’s eyes, I see the joy in his heart by having such a wonderful, blended family that loves him so much. As this blended family of ours continues to grow, I look forward to the months and years ahead raising our children together as one.”

Could you handle a blended family situation? What about vacationing together? 

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8 thoughts on “Blended Family: Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys and Mashonda Vacation Together

  1. sonyafun on said:

    The kids, yes definitely. The ex, no. We can get along and be friendly but no vacations. I couldn’t be that fake for anyone and if they aren’t faking it, then more power to them.

    • Steadyb89 on said:

      Very mature & honest response! You can still successfully co-parent without going on vacation together. I could possibly see if it was a couples vacation with the children from previous relationships but as some 3rd wheel…naahh!

      • I said it. on said:

        Remember how angry she was at first? It’s probably the easiest way to keep the peace for them. Yes, for me, it would have to be just the children on a vacation, but vacationing together, with the ex, seems to work for the wealthy.

  2. Good for them. After all, they are responsible for the children being here, they should be responsible for making sure they are mentally, physically, psychologically and financially secure until they can fend for themselves. I love it.

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