The happy couple spoke to ET at the premiere of 'Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle.'
Motherhood looks good on Kevin Hart's wife, Eniko Parrish!
The happy couple made their first red carpet appearance on Monday night since the birth of their son, Kenzo Kash Hart, in November. Posing at the Hollywood premiere of Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle, Hart looked dapper in a trendy black-and-white suit, while Parrish matched him in a sexy sleeveless black bodice and long skirt with a slit up the side of it.
When ET's Kevin Frazier complimented Parrish on looking so good, Hart chimed in, "You're damn right she does!"
The new mom admitted that her first night away from her newborn was a struggle. "I feel good. The mommy hood is good. [Kenzo is] amazing," she said. "I'm ready to go home now."
As for her son's favorite past time, the 33-year-old model quipped that he loves to eat. "Look at his daddy. No, that boy love the breasts," Hart added. "That boy love to eat. He love to eat. ...Got me over there jealous!"
According to his parents, Kenzo is the perfect combination of both of them. "He definitely has a lot of his mom in him. He gets the beauty from his mom, but he gets that thug side from his daddy," Hart joked. "He a little thug, you see him."
Parrish also shared that having a newborn in the house hasn't stopped the 38-year-old comedian from making a little noise. "He's definitely loud. He wakes him up," the 33-year-old model noted.
"I'm loud 'cause he needs to know my voice," Hart said in his defense. "He needs to know my voice."
Parrish quipped, "He forgets there's a newborn in the house."
Hart has two kids from a previous relationship, 12-year-old daughter Heaven and 10-year-old son Hendrix, and told ET that they are thrilled to have a new baby brother. "Heaven and Hendrix are so ecstatic. Heaven cried when he came home," he mused. "My son, he's been a younger brother. He's so excited about [being] the older brother. They're embracing it."
He continued, "You know, for me, I'm a father of three but the one thing that you are always just a little scared of is, 'How are my kids gonna receive them? How are my kids gonna receive the new baby?' The fact that they broke down crying, hugging him every chance they get to hold him, I'm on a different level of life right now."
Hart's upcoming movie, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, hits theaters on Dec. 20.
Here's more with the Hart family, including one of the first photos of Kenzo: