Nicole Richie, Joel Madden’s rarely-seen kids make red carpet debut

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Nicole Richie’s movie premiere was a family affair!

The actress and husband Joel Madden’s children — daughter Harlow, 16, and son Sparrow, 14 — made their red carpet debut for Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead on Tuesday night.

The family members matched in all-black outfits while posing for pictures at The Grove in Los Angeles, reports Page Six.

Richie, 42, stunned in a minidress with gold neckline and matching black pumps, while her husband, 45, paired a graphic tee and baseball cap with a jacket and slacks.

The couple’s eldest child paired a strapless corset with flared leather pants and sneakers, her blonde locks parted down the middle.

Harlow’s brother also sported black tennis shoes, which he wore with a black polo and jeans.

“I don’t think I have ever seen her son before,” one fan tweeted of Richie’s “good-looking kids” as photos circulated online.

Lionel Richie also attended the event, as well as his girlfriend, Lisa Parigi, and his ex-wife, Brenda Harvey-Richie.

While Nicole’s sister, Sofia Richie, did not pose for pictures with the family, the “excited” model snapped shots from inside the premiere.

Sofia, 25, is currently pregnant with her and husband Elliot Grainge’s first child.

The pair made their announcement in January, with the expectant star explaining why she kept the news quiet amid “so many milestones and … so many tests.”

She told Vogue, “Pregnancy is really scary. For me, it was really important to protect our mental health and our space as a couple.”

Nicole has been similarly private with her little ones’ lives, keeping them primarily off of her social media.

Last year, however, she shared a snap with Harlow at a nail salon and gave a glimpse into their family’s Mother’s Day festivities.

Nicole and Joel have been married since 2010.

As for Sofia and Grainge, 30, the couple tied the knot in April 2023 in a star-studded ceremony in France.

This article originally appeared in Page Six and was reproduced with permission.

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