– Beyoncé, wearing Alexander McQueen, and daughter Blue Ivy attended the premiere of The Lion King in Los Angeles Tuesday night.
– The duo wore coordinating looks featuring embellished blazers and sheer, crystal-accented skirts.
– Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, as well as Bey’s mother Tina Knowles, were also present.
Beyoncé and Blue Ivy came to slay at the Lion King premiere on Tuesday night. The mother-daughter duo conquered the red carpet in coordinating black and silver outfits, proving jaw-dropping style runs in the family.
Queen Bey, who stars as Nala in the remake of the Disney classic, wore an elaborate Alexander McQueen chandelier embroidered tuxedo dress featuring an embellished deep-cut blazer with a sheer, crystal-covered skirt. Going for maximum glam, the singer toted a matching clutch and layered on the jewelry, from stacked earrings to cascading necklaces. She kept her braided hair in a low pony, with a few baby hairs curled on her forehead. With her overall premiere ensemble, Bey proved more is more.
Don’t be so quick to overlook Beyoncé’s seven-year-old daughter and fashionista-in-the-making, Blue. The pint-sized firstborn of Queen Bey and Jay-Z made her entrance holding her superstar mom’s hand, but she dressed like the main attraction of the night. Like her mother, Blue donned a decked-out blazer and sheer skirt on the carpet. She kept her rendition kid-friendly with a pair of leggings and a crisp, button-up shirt under her jacket. Her hair was kept in a playful ‘do with two buns secured with silver sequined bands.
Bey’s rapper husband and two-year-old twins, Rumi and Sir Carter, were not seen on the carpet, though we’re hoping for a full family appearance at another one of The Lion King‘s premieres. (A later Instagram post from the songstress revealed that her husband did make a secret appearance.) However, the singer’s fellow Destiny’s Child members and IRL best friends, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, were there to show their support. Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles, was also in tow.