Beyoncé and daughter Blue Ivy match in black on London ‘Renaissance’ premiere red carpet

Back in black.

Beyoncé celebrated the London premiere of her “Renaissance” movie on Thursday, styling her new platinum hair in a half-up bouffant and sporting a slit-up-to-there black blazer dress covered in sequins.

The 42-year-old superstar’s gown was split all the way up to her navel, showing off her embellished bodysuit and long legs.

Bey coordinated with 11-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, who looked gorgeous and grown-up in a silky black off-the-shoulder Versace dress and slim sunglasses.

Her appearance on the carpet comes as no surprise, as Blue’s show-stealing dance moves are heavily featured in the documentary-style concert film.

The tween recently revealed her dance training was a point of focus for the family, and she began training “even harder” following “lackluster” reviews of her first onstage appearances on tour in May.

Also in attendance at Beyoncé’s party across the pond was Taylor Swift, who left boyfriend Travis Kelce home in Kansas City to support Bey after missing her Los Angeles premiere due to her tour schedule in South America.

The “Cruel Summer” singer, 33, sparkled in a silver sequined Balmain gown, wearing her hair in soft waves and sporting her go-to red lipstick as she returned the favor to Beyoncé, who was in attendance at the LA premiere of her “Eras Tour” movie in October.

Beyoncé wore a plunging silver strapless gown to the Los Angeles premiere of her “Renaissance” movie last week. Instagram/@beyonce

Her platinum hair caused a stir on social media. Instagram/@beyonce

Beyoncé’s look for the Los Angeles opening of her “Renaissance” flick caused a stir on social media last week, with fans criticizing her platinum locks and even accusing the star of “trying to be white.”

Mom Tina Knowles-Carter quickly came to her daughter’s defense, slamming the “stupid narrative” and describing the haters as “losers.”

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Nick Cannon also jumping into the mix this week, saying that Beyoncé’s critics are “out of their f—king mind.”

Lizzo, Kris Jenner and Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams were among the many celebs who showed up to show Beyoncé some love in Los Angeles — and it’s no surprise that the London premiere was just as star-studded, with guests including Swift, Blake Lively and Edward Enninful.

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