Blue Ivy Carter may have fooled onlookers into considering she was her mother, Beyonce, throughout her newest outing! The 11-year-old was photographed arriving in Miami, FL, earlier than the singer’s subsequent Renaissance Tour cease, and appeared similar to her Grammy Award-winning dad or mum as she wore an outsized blue East Hampton sweatshirt and black pants. She had her hair pulled again and accessorized with tinted glasses as she walked near each her mother and her dad, JAY-Z, in addition to her youthful six-year-old twin siblings, Rumi and Sir.
Beyonce wore a black zip-up hoodie with the hood over her head, and had her hair down as she was noticed getting off a airplane. Jay wore a white T-shirt, tan pants, a white bucket hat, and a bandana round his neck. He additionally wore sun shades to high off his look, and was additionally seen getting off the identical airplane.
Little Rumi wore a light-weight pink ruffled tank high and an identical skirt with buttons, whereas her brother Sir, wore what seemed to be white patterned pajamas. He was being held whereas having fun with a beverage after touchdown in Miami.
Beyonce and Blue’s newest household outing comes after they’ve been wowing crowds evening after evening with their performances on the Renaissance Tour. The latter has been becoming a member of the previous on stage to indicate off her epic dance strikes, at sure factors in the course of the exhibits, and all the time leaves the viewers in awe. One in all her most up-to-date appearances was on the Philadelphia, PA present, and she or he nailed the choreography whereas carrying heels.
Again in July, Blue additionally made a long-lasting impression in the course of the Detroit, MI present. The group began chanting her title, proving they cherished her cameo throughout her mother’s large evening. A video of the mantra made its means throughout social media and obtained a number of responses stuffed with reward. Beyonce has additionally been seen wanting on proudly and smiling at her daughter throughout her moments on stage.