Jay Z's mother Gloria Carter and her wife Roxanne Wiltshire attended their first red carpet as newlyweds.
After getting married earlier this month, the Carter family matriarch attended the Shawn Carter Foundation's 20th Anniversary Black Tie Gala on Friday evening, where she and Wiltshire posed for photographs with one another.
Carter — who serves as the foundation's CEO and co-founder — wore a sleek black tuxedo jacket with leather lapels, a gray silk scarf under her collar and a fashionable pair of black glasses.
Wiltshire, meanwhile, matched her longtime partner in a sequin and strapless black gown that she accessorized with a silver necklace.
Others in attendance at the exclusive gala at Pier Sixty in New York City included Jay Z, DJ Khaled, Tinashe, Rudy Gay, Lil Uzi Vert, Meek Mill and Robert Kraft.
Carter and Wiltshire tied the knot in the Tribeca neighborhood in New York City in early July, TMZ previously reported.
JAY-Z, 53, and Beyoncé attended the event, alongside other celebrity guests like Kelly Rowland, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Tyler Perry and Robin Roberts.
Beyoncé, 41, later gave an inside look at her wedding attire with a post shared on Instagram shortly after, showing that she rocked a corseted Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit and a matching skirt.
Her firstborn, daughter Blue Ivy Carter, rocked a floor-length sage green colored silk Reformation gown.
JAY-Z first discussed his mother coming out to him as a lesbian in 2017, on his most recent Grammy-nominated LP 4:44. On the album's third track "Smile," the Brooklyn native explained the toll that being in the closet had on Carter.