This picture of Mariah Carey and Beyonce posing with their kids is too much cute

Mariah Carey has posted a mums-and-kids picture of herself with Beyonce and it has given us all kinds of family, Christmas and general life goals.

It was taken at The Beacon Theatre in New York, where Beyonce came to watch her mate perform her Christmas show.

Perfectly colour-coordinated, Mariah’s five-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan, Beyonce’s Blue Ivy and another child joined the beaming popstar mums for the festive backstage pose.

Mariah even brought her little pair on stage to meet Santa as part of the show, which sees her belt out the classic All I Want For Christmas Is You, with a squad of backing dancers/elves.

But while the twins may be every bit as glamorous as mummy, not all family traits are passed on. For Monroe, who doesn’t seem to think much of loud noises, a career on the stage may not end up on her list of dream jobs for the future.

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