Matthew McConaughey's Family Steals Spotlight at Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony

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Matthew McConaughey, his wife Camila Alves, and their three children, Livingston, Levi, and Vida.
Matthew McConaughey, his wife Camila Alves, and their three children, Livingston, Levi, and Vida.

Matthew McConaughey celebrated his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a little help from his adorable (and super fashionable) family.

The Interstellar actor received the 2,534th star on Monday and had plenty of A-list pals in attendance including Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, director Christopher Nolan, and Don Phillips (who cast Matthew in his first film, Dazed and Confused) but it was his loved ones that stole the show. Matthew was joined by wife Camila Alves, 32, and their three children, Livingston, nearly 2; Levi, 6; and Vida, 4.

Dolce & Gabbana dressed McConaughey and his brood for the ceremony proving that they really could be the first family of fashion (sorry, Kim, Kanye, and North West).

Who knows, maybe Vida will follow in her model mother's famous footsteps? She gave the camera quite a pout, looking chic in a floral frock and braided hair.

This isn't the first time the 45-year-old Oscar winner's kids have snagged the spotlight. At the 2014 American Cinematheque Award Ceremony in October, Vida ran up on stage during her father's acceptance speech to give him a hug. The adorable moment was certainly a highlight from the night.

During McConaughey's recent Interstellar press tour, he stressed how family comes before work.

"Family — having a wife and kids to come home to brings you back down to the common denominator," Matthew told U.K.'s The Mail on Sunday earlier this month. "I think I have a pretty healthy balance being able to appreciate accolades and attention and wealth and opportunity and knowing that those things come second to family. I don’t respect those other things any less, I just don’t revere them. And I know they are fickle — they come and they go. Family is the most important thing."

Alright, alright, alright.