Meryl Streep was on mom duty at the Academy Museum Gala.
The actress posed with all four of her and estranged husband Don Gummer’s children on the red carpet on Sunday.
The Oscar winner, 74, and her offspring matched in black outfits over the weekend.
Streep, for her part, rocked a black dress with a bedazzled hem and sleeves, while her 44-year-old son, Henry Wolfe, sported an all-black suit.
As for the “Mamma Mia!” star’s daughters, Grace Gummer wore a long-sleeve black gown with a slit up one leg while holding hands with husband Mark Ronson.
Mamie Gummer’s dress featured chest cutouts, and Louisa Jacobson’s choice was covered with silver floral designs.
Wolfe’s wife, Tamryn Storm Hawker, was the only one who broke from the color theme in a sheer tan dress with a plunging neckline.
Don, 76, was not present at the event. The artist’s absence came nearly two months after Page Six confirmed his and Streep’s separation.
“Don Gummer and Meryl Streep have been separated for more than six years, and while they will always care for each other, they have chosen lives apart,” the Golden Globe winner’s spokesperson told us in October.
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Streep was still wearing her wedding band at the time despite last being spotted with her partner at the Academy Awards in 2018.
Not only do the former couple share four children, but they have welcomed five grandchildren since tying the knot in September 1978.
Wolfe and Mamie each have two kids with Hawker and Mehar Sethi, respectively.
Most recently, Grace, 37, gave birth to her and Ronson’s first child, a baby girl, in March. The couple have yet to reveal the little one’s name.