Elon Musk51, stepped out for a memorable lunch and tech conference with his mom Maye Musk75, and the French president Emmanuel Macron in Paris, France on Friday. The Tesla CEO and his gorgeous parent were also joined by his ex-wife Talulah Riley and Bernard Arnaultthe world’s richest man, as they dressed to impress in fancy outfits. He wore a black blazer over a white button-down top and black pants, and she wore a long-sleeved sage-colored cardigan over a matching long dress.
Elon and Maye’s meeting with Emmanuel comes as the leader reportedly wants to open a Tesla factory factory in his country. The Twitter owner also warned about the dangers of AI at the tech conference. The outings are part of a European trip he’s been on to talk to a variety of leaders, including the Italian prime minister and foreign minister, about investing in various countries.
Before Elon and Maye’s latest Paris appearances, the latter made headlines for her epic outfit during New York Fashion Week. She wore a silver bejeweled jumpsuit as she confidently posed on the carpet of the event she attended. She also added matching heels and had her long hair pulled up as she showed off flattering makeup that looked incredible with the overall fashion choice.
The former model also joined Elon for the 2022 Met Gala. She wore a long maroon velvet dress and sequined white strappy heels as she held onto her son’s arm on the carpet of the popular annual event. She also accessorized with several long pearl necklaces and maroon earrings as he wore a classic tuxedo with a white bow tie and shiny black shoes. They flashed big smiles as they walked by the many cameras and were one of the most memorable duos at the celebrity-studded event.
When Elon’s not getting attention for public outings with his mom, he’s doing so for hanging out with his kids. He brought his two-year-old son, X AE A-XIIwhom he shares with ex Grimeson stage during a Miami, FL event in Apr. The doting dad picked up the tot and showed him off to the audience, leaving a lasting and sweet impression.