Mariah Carey Wears Crop Top Under Open Robe With Kris Jenner At D&G Party: Photo

Mariah took the plunge in her open robe attire as Kris stunned in fabulous lace couture for the D&G soiree. See the iconic snap here!

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Bow down to the queens! Mariah Carey and Kris Jenner posed together for an iconic snap that will surely delight the kids. The elusive chanteuse, 52, and the famous momager, 66, wrapped their arms around each other at a star-studded Dolce & Gabbana party for the fabulous photo shared to Kris’ Instagram on Sunday, July 10.

In it, Mariah rocks a D&G crop top underneath an open robe while wearing a diamond tiara and matching necklace. The plunging black robe pooled at her feet where she sported a set of fierce purple high heels. Kris, meanwhile, stunned in a fabulous frock from the high-end fashion brand. The bright white, lacy couture featured ruffles and ornate designs and stood out in a pack of dark-clothed attendees.

The post comes a day after Mariah was involved with another runway show: a mock one with her 11-year-old twins! Monroe and Moroccan, whom the Grammy winner shares with ex Nick Cannon, proved ready for their close-up in the singer’s latest Instagram post! The adorable kids were featured in a hilarious video where they put on a fashion show complete with wardrobe changes, poses, flashing camera lights, adoring fans and a bumping soundtrack (showcasing Mariah’s own ditty “Fantasy”). At the end of the video, Monroe and Moroccan get into a phony brawl on the catwalk, prompting their mom to caption it, “No kids were harmed in the making of this video.”

Mariah Carey and Kris Jenner posed together at the D&G soiree in July 2022. (Shutterstock)

Mariah and Nick are clearly co-parenting champs to the adorable twins, and the singer revealed her approach to raising them during an interview last year. “I’m going to have to quote ‘Mean Girls’ and be, like, ‘I’m not a regular mom. I’m a cool mom.’ There are no rules in this house,” she joked to Us magazine. “No, there are rules in this house, that’s the difference,” she continued. “I don’t like being the bad guy, I have to say. I really don’t. I hate that more than anything. So, you know, I do want to be, like, ‘I’m not really a mom, I’m a cool mom.’ But you’re never a ‘cool mom’ — you just never are.”

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