Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade and Their Daughter Kaavia Look Pretty in Pink at ‘Strange World’ Premiere

The color pink has taken over red carpet events this year, as seen at the Grammys  Awards and the Oscars. Now, Gabrielle Union and her family have gotten in on the trend—and they absolutely slayed.

Last week, the Bring It On star completely stole the show when she appeared at the Strange World premiere in Los Angeles. Joined by her husband Dwayne Wade and their four-year-old daughter Kaavia, they all turned heads on the red carpet with their pink ensembles.

Gabrielle Union, Kaavia and Dwayne Wade at 'Strange World' premiere.
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Union looked absolutely stunning in a pink Valentino gown, with a rose-trimmed neckline and coordinating hot pink handbag. Wade opted for an all-black look and paired the outfit with bright pink sneakers. And Kaavia stood beside both of her parents, rocking a black quilted dress, little Dr. Martens and a pink purse (just like her mom).

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The Cheaper by the Dozen actress later posed a behind-the-scenes peek into her glam sesh on Instagram. The video starts with her sitting in a chair and getting her makeup done. Soon, the clip flashes to Union in full glam and ready to go to the event. “Never fumble the bag,” she wrote in the caption. 

Strange World is a new Disney animated movie that follows the legendary Clad family, who attempt to navigate ​​uncharted and treacherous territory. The talented ensemble cast features big names in Hollywood, including Union, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid and Lucy Liu. The new movie premieres in theaters on November 23.

More red carpet moments like this, please and thank you!

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