Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Attend the Obama's Final White House Easter Egg Roll!

And as usual, they do it in style!

Beyoncé, Jay Z and their adorable daughter Blue Ivy were spotting helping the Obamas celebrate their eighth and final annual White House Easter Egg Roll. The Carters were also joined by Solange's 11-year old son, Julez, for the big event. 

While it's hard to take your eyes off of Mrs. Carter, who donned a in a peek-a-boo lace dress designed by Marco De Vincenzo and a black-and-white coat by Alice And Olivia, it was little Blue who really stole the show. The 4-year-old was the epitome of Easter Bunny realness in a flurry white coat and a set of big bunny ears. Jay looked great as well in a black-and-white shirt, blazer, jeans and white sneakers while taking in all the festivities with his beautiful family. 

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The Annual White House Easter Egg Roll takes place on the South Lawn. This year marks the 138th event. 

Attendees will see performances from sister singing duo, Chloe and Halle Bailey and Sesame Street characters as well as American Crime actor and singer Trevor Jackson.

Festivities for the afternoon-long event include Storytime with the President, the traditional Easter Egg hunt and other various games for children under the age of 13. This year will incorporate the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative with the first ever White House Fun Run. 

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