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Beyonce and Coldplay’s Chris Martin may have been a bit busy on Sunday afternoon (you know, killing it during the Super Bowl 50 half-time show) but the international super stars/parents were both still on duty for their kids — who may have arguably had the best Super Bowl experience of all.
Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter Apple, 11, took Beyonce and Jay-Z’s curly-topped tot Blue Ivy, 4, by the hand for a little behind-the-scenes exploration which Paltrow captured on Instagram. Of course, the duo was decked out in Stella McCartney silk bomber jackets that matched Coldplay’s technicolor display.
Blue Ivy also chilled with her mom and pops on the field at Levi’s Stadium as Queen Bey — outfitted in DSquared2 — surveyed the scene in preparation for her jaw-dropping performance.
And, not to be left out, Moses Martin, 9, also had his time to shine. The budding creative designed two pairs of neon kicks for his dad to rock. Chris revealed his son’s handiwork during a half-time press conference prior to the big game, and wore the second while on stage for the performance. Not bad publicity for a designer’s first creation.
THE BRIGHTER THE BETTER: Chris Martin performing with Coldplay at Super Bowl 50 in custom kicks designed by his son Moses. (Photos: Getty Images)
“My son designed my shoes.” – Chris Martin pic.twitter.com/PlYkZUjvH0
— NFL (@NFL) February 4, 2016
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