"Twilight" star Kristen Stewart had a male date to a Florence + the Machine concert over the weekend. Was it Robert Pattinson? Nope, the 22-year-old brought her dad, John Stewart. Both looked down for a concert in grubby gear - like father, like daughter.
The pair are pretty tight - they often go golfing together.
The actress is close to both of her parents, even though they're now going through a divorce. Stewart is said to be supportive and isn't taking sides.
"This has been a long time coming, and [John] is dealing with it smoothly and he wants to make sure that Kristen isn't affected by it," a source told HollywoodLife in September. "That is what is important to him."
The singer took to Twitter over the weekend and posted a photo of him as a youngster with his mom, Joyce Hawkins.
"I love her!" he wrote.
The feeling is mutual.
"Angel I love you so much more. Memories R Priceless," Hawkins tweeted back.
Hawkins has her son's back no matter what - she even called out Rihanna on Twitter after the Barbados-born singer talked about Brown to Oprah.
"TELL THE TRUTH AND SET YOURSELF FREE," Hawkins tweeted at the time. "NOT UNTIL YOU TELL THE TRUTH WILL YOU EVER BE FREE!!!!!! PEACE SOMETIMES COMES WITH A PRICE."
It wasn't clear what she meant, but we have a feeling it had something to do with the rekindled relationship between the troublesome pair.
Beyonce and her mom, Tina Knowles, have always been close. However, the singer admits the relationship has only grown stronger since she gave birth to her own daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
"When I look into your eyes, I am sooo proud. Now that I'm a mother, I truly realize all the sacrifices you made for us," Bey wrote in a Mother's Day letter to her mom. "My love for you goes beyond what I can say."
Bristol Palin is fiercely protective of her mother, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin. The "Dancing With the Stars" contestant even defended her mother's "hotness" last week.
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