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Mariah Carey took her kids to the park in a ball gown

Mariah Carey took her kids to the park in a ball gown

SHE MAKES THE PARK LOOK GOOD:Mariah Carey turned heads last month by riding a New York subway in a ball gown after the Fresh Air Fund gala. Photo: Associated Press/Scott Roth

Stylish superstar Mariah Carey even dresses up for a park play date – she recently spent quality time with her young twins in a stunning gown.

The R&B diva took three-year-olds Moroccan and Monroe to a playground near the family’s New York home on Monday, and she made sure she stood out from the other moms in the park by wearing a white floor-length, fishtailed ball gown.

Carey posted a photo of herself pushing her kids on the swings, with the caption, “sinking into the rubber mats… lol (laugh out loud)”, referring to the high heels which weren’t quite appropriate for the protective floor covering underneath the swing set.

Carey’s park visit comes just days after the New York native ditched her usual luxury transport and headed home from a formal charity gala on the subway – also wearing a floor-length gown.

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