Beyonce's Mom Tina Knowles Got Married! (See Her Stunning Romona Keveza Wedding Dress)

Tina Knowles is a single lady no more! See what Beyonce's mom wore when she married actor Richard Lawson during a stunning yacht ceremony.
by Ivy Jacobson
Tina Knowles and Richard Lawson pose at an event
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Solange isn't the most recent newlywed in the Knowles family anymore! On April 12, Beyonce and Solange's 61-year-old mother Tina Knowles wed 67-year-old actor Richard Lawson on a yacht in Newport Beach, California, TMZ reports. But looking at the outlet's photos, it wasn't just any yacht wedding. The 140-foot white sailing boat named "Eternity" looks like it's three stories high and could hold 300 people, which roughly looks like the number of all-white clad guests on board. (Maybe Tina loved the way Solange's all-white wedding party looked!) This is the second marriage for both the bride and groom.

We can also see that Beyonce (wearing a lace white dress and a flower crown), Jay Z (in a white suit), Blue Ivy (who could have possibly been the flower girl in an adorable white dress) and Solange (in a jeweled white gown) were in attendance, and were seated at all-white tables with luxurious chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.

But all eyes had to have been on the bride, who wore a modern and elegant one-shouldered wedding dress (see the official photo here) from Romona Keveza's Spring 2014 bridal collection. It looks like she paired it with a sleek white shrug from another look in the collection, plus a bold red lip and wavy locks. Bey and Solange inherited their fashion sense from the best, clearly!

You can see Tina's gown and shrug in two runway shots below:

Romona Keveza wedding dress

Romona Keveza wedding dress

What do you think of Tina's wedding dress, Knotties?

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