Gene Simmons is celebrating his daughter Sophie Simmons’ engagement to boyfriend James Henderson.
The legendary KISS rocker posted a photograph of himself — in full KISS make-up and costume — together with his arm round his 30-year-old daughter to share the information Monday on Instagram.
“Sophie little obtained engaged this week,” wrote the proud dad, including the sign-of-the-horn emoji well-liked with arduous rock lovers.
Gene Simmons, 72, who shares Sophie Simmons and son Nick Simmons, 33, with spouse Shannon Tweed, 65, additionally re-shared his son’s put up about his little sister’s engagement in his Instagram story.
Subsequent to a photograph of the entire household, Nick wrote, “my little sister is 30 and engaged and I’m freaking out proper now as a result of she is smol.” He additionally included a photograph of his sister and her fiance sharing a young second.
Sophie introduced that she and Henderson had been engaged on her thirtieth birthday final Thursday. The “X Issue” alum posted a black-and-white photograph of her gorgeous diamond engagement ring. “‘That is the time,'” she wrote, including a diamond ring emoji.
The singer designated the placement of her put up as Zurich, Switzerland, the place her dad and his KISS bandmates carried out a live performance that night time throughout their “Finish of the Highway” farewell tour.
She additionally included since-vanished images from Henderson’s proposal in her Instagram story.
Throughout KISS’ live performance, the band engaged the viewers in a serenade of “Pleased Birthday” to Sophie Simmons, which was caught in a candy video posted by Tweed on her Instagram web page.
Within the video, the singer is seen flashing her engagement ring to the crooning crowd. The digicam pans to the facet to seize an emotional Tweed crying tears of pleasure.
Tweed additionally shared a photograph of the newly-engaged couple taken on her daughter’s eventful birthday. The photograph confirmed leaning towards each other at a desk.
“A superb day was had by all! We’re pooped!” Tweed captioned the shot.