Beyoncé Makes First Red Carpet Appearance Since Twins at Rihanna’s Diamond Ball
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Beyoncé Makes First Red Carpet Appearance Since Twins at Rihanna’s Diamond Ball

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Hey, even Beyoncé and Jay-Z need a date night!

The couple made their first major red carpet debut since welcoming their twins in June at Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation Diamond Ball in New York.

Though they have been spotted out and about since the arrival of Sir and Rumi just a few months ago, Mr. and Mrs. Carter showed up to the September 14 event looking as glamorous as ever.

Bey stunned in a gorgeous emerald silk gown and the rapper looked handsome in a suit and bow tie.

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Meanwhile, just a few hours before the event, the mother of three attended a showing of Dear Evan Hansen.

And, not only did she sit through the entire show, the 36-year-old went backstage afterwards to meet the cast.

Needless to say, there were a few tears shed by some of the cast members.

Ben Platt, who recently won a Tony for his amazing performance as the title character, couldn’t contain his excitement when meeting the Queen.

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"It happened. The alien called me an alien and I'm no longer living,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a picture.

Cast member Kristolyn Lloyd also shared a picture of the group with the “Formation” songstress.

"Hi I met Her. K bye #Beyonce #DearEvanHansen#QueenB," she wrote.

It’s been a busy few weeks for Bey, who was most recently in her hometown of Houston, Texas helping people affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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She also supported the recent Hand in Hand telethon event that was held on Tuesday, September 12.

"During a time where it's impossible to watch the news without seeing violence or racism in this country, just when you think it couldn't possibly get worse, natural disasters take precious life, do massive damage and forever change lives, leaving behind contaminated water, flooded hospitals, schools and nursing homes,” she said in a video message.

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"Natural disasters don't discriminate. They don't see if you're an immigrant, black or white, Hispanic or Asian, Jewish or Muslim, wealthy or poor."

She continued, “It doesn't matter if you're from Third Ward or River Oaks, we're all in this together. Seeing everyone of different racial, social and religious backgrounds put their own lives at risk to help each other survive, restored my faith in humanity."

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You looked gorg last night, Bey!

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