All About Eniko Hart? Who Is Kevin Hart's Wife

Kevin Hart and Eniko Hart have stood by each other's side through many ups and downs

Published Time: 20.05.2024 - 15:31:05 Modified Time: 20.05.2024 - 15:31:05

Kevin Hart and Eniko Hart have stood by each other's side through many ups and downs.

The couple met in 2009 and dated for nearly seven years before tying the knot in 2016. They went on to welcome two children together: son Kenzo and daughter Kaori. Eniko (née Parrish) is also a stepmom to Kevin's two children from his first marriage, Hendrix and Heaven.

While Kevin and Eniko have celebrated some major milestones over the years, they have also faced their fair share of hardships. In 2017, an unidentified woman tried to extort Kevin for a sexually suggestive video.

The couple weathered the scandal, and in August 2023, they celebrated seven years of marriage.

"Screaming Happy Anniversary to this beautiful a-- wife of mine. Love you until the end of time," Kevin wrote on Instagram.

So, who is Kevin Hart's wife? Here is everything there is to know about Eniko Hart.

In 2013, Eniko appeared on BET's Rip The Runway, a fashion show put on by the network that merged fashion with music.

The show featured appearances by Rick Ross, Meek Mill and Omarion. Jaden Smith also walked in the show and presented his clothing line MSFTS.

While this seems to be Eniko's only foray into the modeling world, the fashionista regularly posts photos of her outfits on her Instagram and has partnered with a few fashion brands.

After several years of dating, Kevin asked Eniko to be his wife in 2014, and the surprise proposal was caught on video. The Ride Along star popped the question during Eniko's 30th birthday celebration in front of the couple's friends and family.

"On this perfect day I chose to make the most perfect decision," Kevin says in the video before getting down on one knee and pulling out a ring.

Eniko posted the video on Instagram and wrote in the caption, "I said YES!!!!! To The most amazing man in the world."

Kevin and Eniko became husband and wife on Aug. 13, 2016. The couple tied the knot in a ceremony in California, surrounded by family and friends. Kevin's two children, Hendrix and Heaven, were also in attendance.

Eniko wore a custom Vera Wang lace mermaid gown and later posted a photo of her and Kevin walking down the aisle together on Instagram. "Cause I'm a fooool.. such a fool (for youuuu)???????????? babe we did it, you are officially my husband.. Ahhh!" she captioned the shot.

Over the course of their marriage, Eniko and Kevin have welcomed two children.

The couple welcomed their first child together, a son named Kenzo Kash, in November 2017. "A love like no other! Every ounce of pain was worth it ALL.. Would I do it again? ABSOLUTELY!" Eniko captioned the first photo of Kenzo.

On Sept. 29, 2020, Eniko gave birth to their second child, a daughter named Kaori Mai. The mom of two shared a sweet photo of their baby girl on Instagram a few days later, captioned, "When your heart literally lives outside of your body all over again. Ori my girl you are everything I could've ever imagined plus more."

Eniko is also a stepmom to Hendrix and Heaven, Kevin's children from his first marriage to Torrei Hart.

Both Kevin and Eniko often share photos and videos of their blended family on Instagram. On Christmas Day in 2022, Kevin shared a sweet photo of the whole family in matching plaid pajamas. "Merry Christmas from the Harts," he captioned the post.

Eniko has been working with the popular fitness apparel line Fabletics, co-founded by Kate Hudson, as an ambassador for several years. Kevin joined Fabletics as an investor in 2020, and the couple have since created three different collections for the brand.

In 2021, Eniko and Kevin teamed up to create the brand's first dual-gender capsule collection, which featured matching outfits and pieces for both men and women.

While discussing the collection with InStyle, Eniko said she "had a good time" working with her husband to create the line. "It was the first time ever doing something together, so I wanted to jump on the opportun -

ity immediately," she shared.

Kevin added that they drew inspiration for the line from their own relationship. "It's a representation of our love, our connection, our bond, our story. You know, ups, downs. There's hard, there's good, there's bad, but the idea is to stay with it and stay true to it," he explained.

In January 2022, the couple debuted another collection for Fabletics featuring more sporty his-and-her pieces.

In 2017, Kevin revealed on Instagram that an unidentified person was attempting to extort him for a sexually suggestive video. The comedian then publicly apologized to Eniko, who was pregnant with their first child at the time, and his children for the "bad error in judgement."

Despite feeling "publicly humiliated" by his actions, Eniko ultimately forgave Kevin. In recent years, the couple have been very candid about the work they have done to rebuild their marriage.

During an appearance on The School of Greatness podcast, Kevin shared why Eniko stayed by his side amidst the scandal. "Eniko came to an amazing conclusion of, 'I like the fact that we have a family, that we have a household, and I like the fact that we now got a job to do to get better,' " Kevin said. He recalled Eniko telling him, "That's what you owe me. You owe me the get-better."

"And she held me accountable," the actor said, adding that Eniko is "the strongest person in the world."

Eniko often posts photos of Kevin's two kids from his previous marriage, Hendrix and Heaven, and appears to have a close bond with them.

In February 2018, Eniko posted a photo on Instagram of a note Heaven had written to her. "Just wanted to say that your awesome and that you're literally the G.O.A.T. Your the best and your capable of anything don't forget that okie dokie," the note read. In the caption, Eniko wrote, "I'll keep it forever. Gotta love her."

In September 2019, Kevin was involved in a car crash that required him to have emergency surgery for "major back injuries." Eniko never left her husband's side during the recovery process, and Kevin later reflected on the experience during an interview with Men's Health.

"It all boiled down to four walls," he explained. "And in the space of those four walls was my wife and my brother, my kids and my friends, all on rotation. And I got a chance to think about what matters, and it's not fame. It's not money. It's not jewelry, cars, or watches. What matters are relationships. You know, the people that were helping me get up and out of the bed."

He also discussed how the accident gave him a new outlook on life and made him want to spend more time with Eniko and his kids. "Now I'm doing a lot of little things that are important," he said.

"There were times where he was here but not really here," Eniko told the magazine. "Not to say he wasn't a family man before, but he's expressed that the accident made him make up for some of the time missed because of work."

Considering her ambassador status with Fabletics, it's only natural that fitness is one of Eniko's passions. The mom of two regularly shares her workout regime and favorite exercises with her followers on Instagram.

In 2017, when pregnant with her first child, Eniko shared a video of herself working out at 36 weeks. "#36weeksAndCouting Zo loves it! he be in there just kicking away. lol," she captioned the video, which showed her doing lunges, bicep curls, squats and pushups.

In March 2024, Eniko and the couple's four children were by Kevin's side as he was honored with theMark Twain Prize for American Humor.

"My wife, my kids, my foundation. I can't do what I do without the right foundation," the comedian said during his acceptance speech. "To my wife, I love you for being patient with my god---- lack of consistency and choice, but ultimately believing that I will do the right thing."

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