Diddy's Teenage Daughters D'Lila, Jessie and Chance Dress as TLC in Cute Group Halloween Costume

Twins Jessie and D'Lila share a special bond with big sister Chance

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Diddy's daughters as TLC

Sean "Diddy" Combs' teenage daughters put together a cute, creative group costume as they celebrated Halloween.

Twins D'Lila Star and Jessie James, 16, and daughter Chance, 17, teamed up in colorful t-shirts to do their best Halloween take on R&B girl group TLC, sharing video on the twins' Instagram Story.

Recreating the girl group introducing themselves in an early career interview, each girl mouths part of the iconic intro, which came as they were promoting 1992's ‎Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip.

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The girls later donned secondary costumes, with the twins dressing up in all-black with furry ears and tails and cat makeup.

"HAPPY HALLOWEEN KITTY KATS 🐈‍⬛," they captioned the shot on Instagram.

For Chance's second look, she did a glam version of a character from Zoe Saldaña's character, Neytiri te Tskaha Mo'at'ite, from Avatar.

"Halloween 2023💙," she wrote alongside her Instagram post.

In addition to the three teens, Combs is also dad to daughter Love Sean, 13 months, and sons King, 25, Justin Dior, 29 and Quincy Taylor Brown, 32. Diddy adopted his eldest son when he was in a relationship with the child's mother, Kim Porter, who died of pneumonia in 2018 at the age of 47.

Speaking with PEOPLE in April, Quincy opened up about being a mentor figure to his little sisters as they each pursue their own creative endeavors.

"We don't need no contracts, no paper, but I'm my sisters' manager," he laughed. "I'm like, the uncle- dad-manager-protector, I'm claiming it. I want to be able to really guide them. I want them to really know the layers of everything you can do."

"They've expressed to me their passions, where they see themselves, so I'm kind of bringing them along on my ride a little bit because in a minute, it's going to springboard into their own journey," he reasoned.

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