Blue Ivy Gives Mom Beyonce The Sweetest Birthday Gift [Photo]
Superstar Beyonce celebrated her 34th birthday last Friday, Sept. 4, and among all the presents she received, it was her daughter's that was definitely the most priceless.
Beyonce shared Blue Ivy's gift to her followers on social media. It was a handwritten birthday card, which had the three-year-old drawing a birthday cake using crayons. She also wrote "#1" and "MOM" on it.
The proud mother used the photo to thank her well-wishers on Instagram. "Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all my birthday wishes," Beyonce wrote.
Among her other well-wishers include the first lady, Michelle Obama, who posted her message on Twitter. It read: "Happy birthday to the one and only, Queen! Thank you for being a role model for young girls around the world, @Beyonce. -mo"
Happy birthday to the one and only, Queen! Thank you for being a role model for young girls around the world, @Beyonce. -mo
— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) September 4, 2015
Taylor Swift also sent her birthday greetings to Beyonce on Twitter by posting goofy photos of the R & B artist.
Happy birthday to the life of the party, @Beyonce! #HappyBdayBey pic.twitter.com/h3MqgqNxgb — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) September 4, 2015
Meanwhile, Beyonce's husband, Jay Z, honored his wife with a video tribute that also involved a lot of the singer's friends and relatives, according to US Weekly. They included Beyonce's parents, Tina and Matthew, who chose the song "Home" and "Here I Go Again" as their dedication for their daughter. These were posted on her official website.
Former Destiny's Child group members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams also had their song dedications that depicted their fondest memories with Bey. But it was Jay Z's tribute that especially tugs at the heart strings. Beyonce's husband chose Coldplay's "Yellow" as his song dedication and said, "This song reminds me of you and I on vacation. 'Look at the stars, look how they shine for you,'" Jay Z wrote, quoting the lyrics. "So many legendary nights. It represents vulnerability; it's us in our own world, away from work and totally lost in love. 'For you, I'll bleed myself dry.'"
Blue Ivy, on the other hand, picked "Part Of Your World" from the "Little Mermaid" as her dedication, saying that it was the song her mother always sings to her.
Meanwhile, Beyonce capped her birthday weekend with a return to the stage during the Made In America music festival in Philadelphia. According to the review from The Atlantic, while the Grammy-winning artist did not have any new material, her performance was a reassertion as to why Beyonce is the queen of pop stars.