Tiffani Thiessen brought along her daughter, Harper, to the premiere of the Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes in Los Angeles on Monday.
The 49-year-old actress looked stunning in an eclectic, eye-catching dress as she posed on the red carpet at the premiere of the highly-anticipated movie with her 13-year-old daughter.
The Saved by the Bell star — who put her years-long feud with Jennie Garth to rest as they recently reunited about a month ago —teamed her colorfully patterned tea dress with black, patent leather pumps.
She accessorized with a pair of chunky, gold hoop earrings and her dazzling wedding band.
She left her dark brunette tresses down in a sleek, straight hairstyle that was heavily parted and pinned to the side.
For makeup, the Beverly Hills, 90210 vet opted for a sultry, smoky eye to highlight her piercing blue eyes.
She also wore a peach-colored blush and a nude pink lip for a radiant glow.
At her side, her daughter also appeared to be modeling a makeup look nearly identical to Thiessen’s.
Harper also stood taller than her in a pair of sparkly, platform boots with a tall, chunky heel.
She wore a navy blue minidress with a leather jacket and a matching flag bag.
Thiessen shares her daughter Harper as well as her eight-year-old son Holt with her husband, Brady Smith, 51.
Neither her husband nor their son were spotted with them at the movie premiere.
Back in September, Thiessen revealed that she has strict rules for her children and will not allow them to have an Instagram account.
‘She doesn’t have social media,’ she said during an appearance on The View. ‘We’re very against it for her age. We’re going to wait until she’s [older].’
Thiessen also said that her children have not asked her to start acting, but she wants to keep them away from the pressures of the entertainment industry.
‘I have a teenager now, guys,’ she said on the show. ‘And a lot more grays too, honey. I’m just really glad [my kids] haven’t asked to do it.
‘I’m not pushing it,’ she continued. ‘I think it’s definitely not an easy…I feel like it’s hard enough now for kids.’
Thiessen added: ‘I think the pressures are harder than it used to be for me. So to add another layer of a job and other people looking at it, it’s a lot…[especially with social media].’