Mariah Carey and Beyoncé's children get along just fine! During an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live onSunday, the Fantasy singer shared what it was like when her five-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan hung out with Beyoncé and Jay Z's four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.
"Great," Mariah replied to a caller who asked how their children interacted during their recent meet up at the All I Want For Christmas singer's New York City concert.
"This is not the first time we met darling," she continued. "We're friends. I think she is one of the most talented women out there and I just love her."
She continued when asked by host Andy Cohen if she caught one of Bey's Formation World Tour dates over the summer: "No I didn't because, I was doing all my other stuff and I wanted to be able to go, and relax and see it. I'm sure they're going to release it."
Last week Mariah sent the world into cuteness overload when she posted a photo of her, Beyoncé and their children to her Instagram. "Backstage at Christmas time with our beautiful children. @beyonce #christmas #family #love."
The Heartbreaker singer posted another behind the scenes shot praising Queen Bey for attending her show at the Beacon Theatre. "I love you @beyonce thank you sooooo much for coming out tonight! #merrychristmas."
Mariah also opened up to Andy about life after her split from James Packer and what it was like filming her E! docu-series Mariah's World during that time. "It's weird. It's so weird," she said. "We are looking at the stuff that happened in my life for real, and I just don't want to put anybody in a position where they're looking at stuff that they don't want to see."
She continued: "It's hurtful. These are actually real moments. It's also fresh. It's so fresh that it kind of just happened."
While the 46-year-old stayed mum about her possible new romance with her backup dancer Bryan Tanaka, she did encourage viewers to tune in to her show. "If I tell you that then on my show i don't get to reveal you know... revealed, such an interesting word. I just want people to watch the show because when something is real and it's a beautiful thing you don't want to trash it up."