Call them nepo babies all you want, but some music celebrity kids are killing it onstage, and fans can't help but admit these apples didn't fall far from their mother trees.
... to Blu Ivy...
... to the latest, Estere.
Yes, Madonna's daughter Estere was the latest pop nugget to join mom onstage and show the world she's got her mama's moves. Estere, 11, worked the floor at the opening of her mother's Celebration tour at the O2 in London on Saturday. But she didn't just dance.
Oh, no. She vogued.
As the Queen of Pop and eldest daughter Lourdes Leon took the position of judges, Estere owned the runway, "striking a pose" to her mom's 1990 No.1 "Vogue."
Obviously, she earned 10s from mom and sis.
But people online thought Estere slayed, as well.
All six of Madonna's children were in attendance Saturday, and four of them performed alongside their mother.
Her daughter Mercy James played piano as Madonna sang "Bad Girl."
Estere's twin Stella danced as mom sang "Don't Tell Me."
And 18-year-old son David Banda played guitar for "Mother & Father" and part of "Let's Go Crazy."
Madonna's son Rocco, 23, was also in attendance with his father Guy Ritchie, Madonna's ex-husband.
And we are absolutely living for this family affair.