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Lenny Kravitz, his ex-wife L isa Bonet, her daughter Zoë Kravitz and Bonet's new husband Jason Momoa are the definition of a modern In a recent interview with the British newspaper The Times Kravitz drew attention to the efforts he had made over the years to reach such a good place – to the point He calls Momoa "like a brother."  "They marry someone, they split up and it's very difficult," he said, "but [Lisa and I] put the work in and we took our time to become best friends again. Our families merge. I love her husband [the actor Jason Momoa] – he's like a brother to me – and I love the kids. It's nice, but it takes work.
It is admirable that two men do not care so much about old-fashioned male pride and actually tie themselves up for the benefit of their common family. "Last year, Momoa wrote on Instagram that he had even bought Kravitz and himself matching rings after He found an artist he knew he would like both.
Kravitz and Bonet made it out in 1987 and they had Zoë a year later, and the couple split in 1993. Bonet started dating Momoa in 2005 and they have been since They have two children together and are officially married since 2017. Since his relationship with Bonet, Kravitz has dated singer Vanessa Paradis, model Adriana Lima, and movie star Nicole Kidman (who would later work with HBO's Big with his daughter Little Lies ).
In the interview Kravitz also talked about the role models he grew up in, especially about his grandfather, the Teaching him what it means to be a provider. "When he was nine, his father died and my grandfather had to become the man of the house, taking care of his bedridden mother and four brothers and sisters," said Kravitz. "My mother was born when he was 17. In New York he worked four or five jobs at the same time to take care of his family, my grandfather had that vision for himself and his family, we're here for him."