Celebrity Co-Parenting: These 10 Ex Couples Make It Work For The Kids

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Lenny Kravitz & Lisa Bonet

Lenny Kravitz & Lisa Bonet

Front-runners for one of the most attractive families of all-time, Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz were married from 1987 to 1993 and had Zoë Kravitz at the end of 1988.

According to Complex, when she was 11, Zoë moved from Los Angeles to Miami to live with her dad. She says that to this day, her parents are still "super-close" and that Lenny also gets along with her step-father, "Game of Thrones" actor Jason Momoa.

Amber Rose & Wiz Khalifa

Amber Rose & Wiz Khalifa

Amber Rose and Wiz got engaged in March of 2012, had their son Sebastian "Bash" Taylor Thomaz in February of 2013, and got married in July of 2013. They split a year and a half later and spent the next few years hashing out the terms of the divorce, but Bash was always the main concern.

"We try to have family days with him, even though we're not together," Rose told PEOPLE. "Kids want to see their parents together and if you can't be together in a relationship, you've got to come together as friends for you baby." Of Wiz Khalifa she said, "I feel like we can be the best of friends but we just can't be in a marriage together. And that's ok, because as long as Bash is happy, and we're able to co-parent, that's the most important thing.""

Kimora Lee Leissner & Russell Simmons

Kimora Lee Leissner & Russell Simmons

Russell and Kimora Lee tied the knot in 1998. Their family grew in 2000 when Ming Lee (left) was born and again in 2002 with Aoki Lee. 

The power couple separated four years later and finalized the divorce in 2009. Kimora Lee also co-parents a child that she had with her second husband, actor Djimon Hounsou. In an interview with Daily Mail, she explained her philosophy on co-parenting and how relationships with ex-husbands change, not end. "Kids never go away from your life, and if you’ve been married, that person probably never goes away either. You never get rid of anyone and they never really get rid of you!"

"I try to do everything from the viewpoint of what’s best for my kids," Kimora Lee added. "I have three kids and two great dads and it’s not always easy, but you have to try to be a little selfless and we manage just fine."

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