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Beyonce & Blue Ivy Wore $5,400 Matching Dresses To Museum Of Ice Cream
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Queen Bey herself, Beyoncé, visited the Museum of Ice Cream in the Arts District on Friday with Jay-Z, their daughter Blue Ivy, and grandmother Tina Knowles. To boot, both [very pregnant] mother and daughter were wearing matching $5,395 Dolce & Gabbana dresses .
If you're curious, yes, Pop's royal family paid the $29-per-person ticket price (well, $18 for baby Blue) to get in, a Museum spokesperson confirmed with LAist. Celebrities: they're just like us.
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