The Lemonade performer, 34, flaunted her curves in body-conscious, pin-striped separates, including a double-breasted blazer and a fitted mini, paired with light-blue ankle-strap sandals. She styled her natural curls into a half-updo — the better to see her dangling Messika diamond earrings.
Her rapper husband, 46, meanwhile, rocked a slightly lighter slate jacket with a white button-up shirt and a gold chain necklace. The following morning, Beyoncé — who has one child, 4-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, with Jay Z — shared three photos via Instagram, all of which showcased their power suits.
The duo stepped out to support friends Robert De Niro and Usher, who both star in the film about Panamanian boxer Roberto Duran (Edgar Ramirez), who is widely regarded as one of the greatest boxers of all time. De Niro plays his equally legendary trainer, Ray Arcel, while Usher plays the boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.
Leonard told Us Weekly at the premiere (sponsored by DeLeón Tequila) that when he heard the Grammy-winning artist would be playing him on the big screen, "I thought it was a complete joke! I said, 'No frigging way.' Then he called me and he said, 'Ray, can you help me be you?' He said, 'I'm playing you in a movie.' I worked with him for a good while, and I saw in him that he's a perfectionist. He wanted to prove people wrong, and he's a hard worker. He did a fantastic job."
Leonard said he even helped Usher with his moves. "I worked with him with the pads and the movements, telling him how to execute punches," the athlete told Us. "Then he’d jump rope — he jumped rope pretty well! When I was fighting, I had certain movements, [so I had him] do those as well. He was like a student."
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