Not only did Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia attend the power couple's On the Run concert in Chicago on Thursday night, but the duo also managed to squeeze in sweet family outing during their time in the Windy City.
Bey, Jay and daughter Blue Ivy all dined together at Chicago Cut Steakhouse last night around 5 p.m. The trio entered the building through the front, and Bey was carrying the couple's 2-year-old little girl.
The "Irreplaceable" beauty looked stunning in a casual yet chic ensemble, sporting a No. 4 Dallas Cowboys jersey with her hubby's surname emblazoned on the back. She teamed the top with fitted white jeans and added a pair of black pointed-toe pumps for an extra touch of glam, wearing her long hair in adorable pigtail braids.
Meanwhile, her rapper hubby also looked handsome in a Timberland boots, Diesel jeans and a designer T-shirt.
According to an eyewitness, the couple was laughing together as Blue Ivy jumped up and down in their booth. The tiny tot rocked pigtailed hair just like her gorgeous mama and undoubtedly kept her proud parents entertained.
The famous family noshed on tuna tartare and prime beef sliders and was seen sharing steak and salmon dishes. Bey and Jay sipped on rosé wine and "looked happy," the insider said.
Earlier in the day, the 32-year-old songstress was spotted shopping at Topshop, one of the stunner's favorite retail stores, before she took the stage that night with her hubby at Soldier Field.
The hip-hop royal couple are currently in the midst of their On the Run tour, and last week, they performed in Houston (Bey's hometown), where they treated their crew to a fun-filled night of roller-skating after the show.
"Beyoncé spent her childhood here at the rink," a source told E! News, who added that Hova and the entire On the Run crew was there (no Blue Ivy, though, since it was past her bedtime). "They had a lot of fun!"
Bey and Jay are next expected to take the stage in Winnipeg, Canada, on Sunday before they head to Seattle, where they will perform on Wednesday.
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum