Blue Ivy Carter Pictures With Beyoncé Adorable! See Photos Of Mother And Daughter On Vacation [PHOTOS]
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Blue Ivy Carter has rarely been seen in public, but her proud mother, Beyoncé, could not help but post a few photos during their family vacation. The "Grown Woman" singer hid her daughter's face in the picture in question, but fans still got to see the adorable flower in Blue Ivy's hair.
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Beyoncé also made sure the entire beach crowd knew about her love for her daughter. Other photos on the singer's Tumblr page show her drawing the name "Blue" in the sand.
You can check out all of these images of Blue Ivy and Beyoncé in our above slideshow.
Per InStyle, this family vacation likely took place during a break from Beyoncé's Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. But the Beyoncé and her daughter remain close even when the former is performing. Young Blue Ivy reportedly comes to tour rehearsals and even shows off the dance skills she inherited from her mother.
"Sometimes she's in the studio," a source told Hollywood Life. "She's enjoying what we're doing. When you are around something so much and it's in your parents you might end up being into too. When she comes to rehearsal she is moving her head and dancing around."
Blue Ivy has also been in the news this week for an entirely different reason. Drake released his cover art for his upcoming third album, Nothing Was The Same. The picture features a painted version of Drake on one side and a similar drawing of a young child on the other.
"When it's positioned on the shelf, whatever store you go to, if they do it as I've asked [laughs], you'll see the fact that it's a child version of myself staring at myself now," Drake said. "Sometimes when I try and think back on this journey, it's so hard to pinpoint all of these moments and it gets foggy. Even on past albums when I've been trying to tell this story, I've got there, but maybe not got there all the way. And what that album art is to me is, like, this is my most clean, concise thoughts from now, and my best recollection of then. That's really what that cover's about."