Meghan Markle’s mom Doria Ragland poses with Beyonce’s mother Tina Knowles at LA art event also attended by loved-up Duke and Duchess of Sussex

  • Doria Ragland and Tina Knowles met at a bash celebrating the Kinsey African American Art and History Collection
  • Prince Harry and Meghan helped organize the event at Sofi Stadium last month

Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland posed alongside BeyoncĂ©’s mother Tina Knowles at a star-studded event hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The couple helped organize the exclusive party last month celebrating the Kinsey African American Art and History Collection.

On Tuesday, the Kinsley family shared photos from the Los Angeles event, showing a loved-up Harry and Meghan chatting with guests and enjoying the art.

The “range of industry leaders” in attendance included Ragland, 67, and Knowles, 70, who were photographed with their arms around each other.

Guests were treated to a private tour of the exhibition at Sofi Stadium in Hollywood Park, followed by a conversation with Bernard, Shirley and Khalil Kinsley, moderated by Christine Messineo, director of Frieze LA and NY.

A-List Moms: Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland posed with BeyoncĂ©’s mother Tina Knowles at a star-studded event hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

In love: Harry and Meghan helped organize the exclusive bash in honor of The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection last month

In love: Harry and Meghan helped organize the exclusive bash in honor of The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection last month

Chic: Meghan opted for a structured black outfit with green floral accents for the occasion

Chic: Meghan opted for a structured black outfit with green floral accents for the occasion

Meghan opted for a chic, structured black outfit with green floral accents for the occasion, while Prince Harry wore a shirt and suit combination.

The couple were photographed hugging fellow presenters Bernard and Shirley Kinsley.

In another photo, they were seen beaming as they sat next to each other during the conversation about the history and meaning of black art.

As they mingled, it seemed Knowles and Ragland were becoming fast friends.

The interaction sent fans of both the Duchess of Sussex and BeyoncĂ© wild as they praised the meeting with the “mothers of two iconic women.”

“Great that BeyoncĂ©’s mother came to support Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry organized a special event,” wrote an X user.

‘The coolest Grandmother’s Committee. Like hello! Tina Knowles and Doria Ragland,” another added.

As someone exclaimed: ‘We have a picture of Doria Ragland and Tina Knowles, the mothers of mothers!’

Hugs: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were photographed hugging fellow presenters Bernard and Shirley Kinsley.

Hugs: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were photographed hugging fellow presenters Bernard and Shirley Kinsley.

Mingle: Guests were treated to a private tour of the exhibit at Sofi Stadium in Hollywood Park

Mingle: Guests were treated to a private tour of the exhibit at Sofi Stadium in Hollywood Park

Old friends: Meghan and Beyoncé's relationship dates back to Cowboy Carter's acceptance speech with husband Jay-Z in 2019

Old friends: Meghan and BeyoncĂ©’s relationship dates back to Cowboy Carter’s acceptance speech with husband Jay-Z in 2019

Ragland kept her look relaxed in a classic cream cardigan, while Knowles amped up the glamor with a fitted black blazer and chunky belt.

Meghan and BeyoncĂ©’s relationship dates back to Cowboy Carter’s British acceptance speech with husband Jay-Z in 2019, when the couple named the Duchess of Sussex.

Since then, Meghan, her mother and Prince Harry have been spotted enjoying BeyoncĂ©’s Renaissance tour in LA from a private box last year.

The trio reunited for the evening, which was created through a partnership between Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Foundation and the Bernard and Shirley Kinsey Foundation for Art and Education.

The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection is one of the “largest and most comprehensive private collections of African American art and historical artifacts in the world.”

It covers the period from 1595 to the present and features works by pioneering artists including Jacob Lawrence, Alma Thomas, Ernie Barnes, Bisa Butler and many more.

The award-winning collection is currently on display at the Holocaust Museum Houston through June 2024.