Beyonce poses with mother Tina at screening of new film Queen & Slim

Beyonce perches on armrest beside mother Tina Lawson at screening of new film Queen & Slim by Formation video director Melina Matsoukas

Beyonce perched on an armrest as her mother Tina Lawson lounged in a chair at a Queen & Slim screening on Saturday.

The 38-year-old pop icon showed off her knockout legs in an olive green mini-dress that featured a snappy collar.

Tina, who modeled a cold shoulder black ensemble, posted a snapshot with Beyonce to Instagram and captioned: ‘Hanging with my baby’.

Family time: Beyonce perched on an armrest as her mother Tina Lawson lounged in a chair at a Queen & Slim screening on Saturday

The mother-daughter duo also posed up for a storm with Queen & Slim director Melina Matsoukas, who has worked with both of Tina’s children.

Melina directed the music videos for several Beyonce songs including Formation, as well as for Solange’s numbers I Decided and Losing You. 

Beyonce, Solange and Tina got together for a snapshot with Angela Beyince and Kelly Rowland outside a party thrown by Melina.

While Kelly rose to fame with Beyonce and Michelle Williams in the girl group Destiny’s Child, Angela is Beyonce’s cousin and songwriting collaborator.

Together again: The mother-daughter duo also posed up for a storm with Queen & Slim director Melina Matsoukas, who has worked with both of Tina’s children

‘This was a special night !!!! It is rare that we get a photo of all the girls together !!’ gushed Tina in the caption of the dazzling group shot.

Tina shares her daughters with her ex-husband Mathew Knowles and has been married to Poltergeist actor Richard Lawson since 2015.

Although Destiny’s Child split up in 2006, they are still friendly, and Kelly attended the world premiere of Beyonce’s film The Lion King in July.

What a night: Beyonce, Solange and Tina got together for a snapshot outside the screening with Angela Beyince and Kelly Rowland

Beyonce’s father Mathew Knowles, who managed Destiny’s Child and nurtured their rise to stardom, is now developing a musical about the girl group.

‘The main character is me, because I’m telling my perspective. It starts when the girls were very young on Star Search, up till about 2010,’ Mathew told Paper in April.

‘That’s what we’re doing more – telling my story. At 67, if I don’t tell my story, someone will tell his story and it would be inaccurate.’

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