Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy let the Obamas celebrate Easter with them on the White House lawn.

Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy let the Obamas celebrate Easter with them on the White House lawn.
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The Obamas celebrated their final White House Easter with a bang—and a Bey. Both of America's First Families were in attendance at the 138th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, with Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy Carter doubling down on the cuteness. The Egg Roll takes place on the Monday after Easter every year, and the central event is a race where children push an egg through the grass with a spoon.

Blue Ivy donned an adorable Easter Bunny ensemble.

Beyoncé & Blue #EasterEggRoll

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Even Elmo was impressed by the ears.

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But it's the fluffy white coat that makes the ensemble.

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Beyoncé also got in the game by rocking an intense coat.

the C-A-R-T-E-R's at the white house for #eastereggroll ❤

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Marsai Martin, Diane on Blackish, got to experience the Easter miracle of their presence.

Other celebrities at the Easter Egg Roll included Idina Menzel, who was starstruck meeting Sunny and Bo Obama.

Meeting Sunny and Bo, can I take them on the road??? #letscelebrate #eastereggroll

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Plus a whole bunch of minions.

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Bello from Washington D.C.! Kevin, Bob & Stuart visit the White House for the Easter Egg Roll! #Minions

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And Chloe and Halle, who also performed.

big thank you to our beautiful boss lady @beyonce for coming and supporting us at #thewhitehouse today!!!!!! ❤️

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While the kids were having a blast, it looks like Barack and Michelle Obama had the best time out of everyone, because they got to let out their inner "Wild Things."

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It remains a mystery who will host next year's Easter Egg Roll. When you vote in November, please consider who would be likely to throw the best party.

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