Destiny's Child Reunites For A Sweet Reason & The Ladies Seem As Close As Ever — PHOTO

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Yes, you read the headline correctly: Destiny's Child reunited last night and luckily Instagram's got the receipts. Singer, author, and new mom Kelly Rowland is working the rounds promoting her new book, Whoa, Baby!: A Guide for New Moms Who Feel Overwhelmed and Freaked Out (and Wonder What the #*$& Just Happened), and on Friday night, Rowland attended a book signing event hosted in her honor at The Grove in Los Angeles, California. Oh, and guess who showed up to support Rowland? None other than her former bandmates Beyoncé and Michelle Williams.

Rowland, who welcomed her first child, Titan Jewel, with husband in November 2014, was reportedly inspired to write Whoa, Baby! by the endless number of questions she found herself asking as a new mother. According to People, Rowland co-authored the book along with her longtime OB/GYN, Dr. Tristan Emily Bickman, and contributor Laura Moser.

Beyoncé shared a photo series on Instagram showing off her chic outfit for the evening, and the final photo featured the pregnant singer (and mother of daughter Blue Ivy) alongside Rowland and Williams. All three of their mouths were covered by a Whoa, Baby! sticker, but despite being partially blocked, their goofy facial expressions suggest that these ladies definitely still enjoy each other's company.

In a recent interview with Vogue, Rowland confirmed that her friendship with Beyoncé and Williams is "as strong as ever." When asked about how often she's in touch with her Destiny's Child bandmates, Rowland said,

She went on to explain that she feels "blessed" to have Williams, Beyoncé, and Bey's sister Solange in her life. "I’m really surrounded by incredible women who take the opportunities, whatever they might be and run with them," she told Vogue.

Isn't it awesome to see that the ladies of Destiny's Child are still so close? And not only do they stay in touch, but they actually show up to support each other's professional projects. Talk about a legit group of friends.