Apple Martin and Blue Ivy Carter's Super Bowl Playdate Was the Cutest
The daughters of Beyonce and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin hung out at Super Bowl 50. Talk about an epic playdate!
Are Apple Martin and Blue Ivy Carter low-key Super Bowl besties? Looks that way from this adorable picture of the duo holding hands while walking around Levi's Stadium yesterday.
Too cute, right? And bonus points for rocking some serious fashion at the ages of just 11 (Apple) and 4 (Blue). Or as Apple's mom Gwyneth Paltrow—who posted the pic to her Instagram—wrote in the caption: "#superbowl50 jacket game."
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It only makes sense that the daughters of Beyonce and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin were hanging out pregame. After all, both of their parents were about to hit the stage for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, with Martin headlining and Beyoncé joining in as special guest.
Although Paltrow and Martin split as spouses back in 2014, the two remain friends. So Paltrow—who is close friends with Beyonce—watched the game (and her ex's performance) from a VIP box with Blue Ivy and both of her own kids, Apple and Moses. The 43-year-old even managed to grab Blue and sneak in a quick kiss on the cheek at one point.
Awww! Though we couldn't help but notice Moses throwing a little shade Blue's way. Uh-oh!
Meanwhile, Queen Bey posted her own Super Bowl shot with Blue Ivy to Instagram. And this one is pretty epic because it's taken right on the field, where Blue seems to be dancing around while her mama rehearses for the big show.
Pretty amazing. And as millions of viewers saw last night, Beyoncé went on to crush that performance, pretty much stealing the show from Coldplay, even though much of the show's theme centered around togtherness and love. For the big finale, Beyonce dancedside by side with both Martin and Bruno Mars, as the audience spelled out "Believe in Love" with rainbow cards—something Paltrow also shared on Instagram:
"#beliveinlove it comes in all forms," she wrote in the caption.
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