Kevin Hart, His Son, & Their Adorable Secret Handshake

Kevin Hart keeps us laughing, constantly. Between his stand-up sets, films, and quality time with Will Ferrell, it's hard not to burst into laughter when he's on screen. It's rare, however, for him to make our lower lip quiver while shrieking "aww." That is, until we see him with his kids. Tonight, Hart took home an MTV Movie Award for Comedic Genius. Following an introduction from Jimmy Kimmel, which so originally poked fun at his height, Hart walked up on stage with his daughter and son, Heaven and Hendrix.

Hendrix was quite fond of the award. Even though it seemed a little too heavy for him to hold, his grip was rather tight. Meanwhile, Heaven was sporting her dad's jacket while he gave a short, yet very sweet, thank-you speech. He started off with a nod to his fiancée Eniko Parrish, moved to thanking his ex-wife Torrei for their two beautiful children, and ended with acknowledging his many fans. But, here's when the magic happens.

As Hart finished his speech, he started the coolest and cutest secret handshake with Hendrix. At first, it seemed standard — a high five here and pound there — but as the camera panned away, we saw there was so much more to it. Parent Trap style. Take a look at the delightful moment above.

Advertisement

More from News

Watch

R29 Original Series

Watch Now
Documentary
Five love stories behind diverse, multicultural marriages.
Watch Now
Lifestyle
Life experiments, 5 days at a time.
Watch Now
Fashion
The style of subculture.
Watch Now
Beauty
Viral trends, tried and tested.
Watch Now
Documentary
From vibrators to lipstick, learn how your favorite products are made.
Watch Now
Documentary
Extraordinary, one-of-a-kind individuals
Watch Now
Documentary
The latest stories to watch.
Watch Now
Lifestyle
Inside the homes of millennial women — & what they paid for them
Watch Now
Comedy
Let's talk about sex, baby.
Watch Now
Documentary
Female artisans around the world
Watch Now
Politics
Made by and for smart, opinionated women.
Watch Now
Film
We helped 12 female directors claim their power.