Sundance marks an important time for many celebrities, but probably not as much as it did for Frances Bean, 22, and her mother, Courtney Love, 50, this year.
On Saturday, for the first time in five years, the estranged mother-daughter duo reunited on the red carpet to celebrate the upcoming Kurt Cobain documentary, ‘Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.’ They hugged, they talked — it got all kinds of emotional. It was truly a beautiful moment.
Here they are posing next to each other (we’re digging Frances’ Moschino ensemble):
(Photo Credit: Getty)
Hugging (we’re feeling all the feelings):
And posing with the film’s director, Brett Morgen:
The pair were last spotted together in public back in February 2008 at an ‘In Style’ Grammy party.
At age 17, Frances got a restraining order against her mother and went to live with other family members. It was later revealed the young woman claimed domestic violence.
RELATED: Matilda Ledger, Frances Bean Cobain and 10 More Children of Late Stars Then and Now
Now, it all seems to be water under the bridge — and we’re pretty sure the Nirvana frontman, who passed away from suicide in April 1994, would be happy to see his daughter and widow together again.
Kurt, Frances and Courtney in the early ‘90s. (Photo Credit: Getty)
Your life just got exponentially better and more stylish now you've signed up for our newsletter. Fabulousness awaits!