Beyoncé to celebrate her birthday with Jay-Z, Blue Ivy and twins Rumi and Sir
Beyoncé will celebrate her birthday on 4 September, and the star will no uncertainty have a magnificent day surrounded by her close family members as she turns 39.
The Black Parade hitmaker will go through the day with her friends and family, including husband Jay-Z and their three kids, Blue Ivy (8) and twins Rumi and Sir (3).
Beyoncé has been spending a lot of time in the Hamptons over the past few weeks and was recently pictured appreciating a boat ride with her husband, children, and mum Tina Knowles.
Tina shared a great video of herself dancing to her daughter’s song, Black Parade, on Instagram, and her granddaughter Blue Ivy could be found out of sight of the clip.
While Beyoncé is famously private and bound to keep her birthday plans out of the public eye, the star is known to have appreciated huge celebrations previously.
In 2019, the Lemonade hitmaker was blessed to receive a special Happy Birthday serenade by her loved ones, including her husband, at Jay-Z’s Made in America music festival.
The star was even caught on camera dancing while at the same time holding her birthday cake, a lot to the pleasure of fans.
In 2018 for her 37th birthday celebration, then, Beyoncé celebrated with an idyllic getaway in Italy.
While the star will be not able to travel as far this year due to the Covid pandemic, she will no uncertainty hold anything back to guarantee the day is similarly as special.
Beyoncé has had a busy year workwise, and recently released her much-anticipated visual album, Black Parade, which included appearances from her three children.
Even though the star likes to keep her kids out of the spotlight, from the thing she has said about motherhood, it seems like she is an amazing mum.
The award-winning singer gave knowledge into her family life during an uncommon TV interview with Good Morning America in 2018.
She said: “Being a mother, my family is my biggest priority. It’s not many films that the parents can come and feel the way I feel about The Lion King, and feel that and pass that legacy onto their kids.”