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Beyoncé and Blue Ivy inspire mother-daughter goals everywhere



Beyoncé and Blue Ivy continue to inspire mother-daughter goals everywhere.

This week, the duo returned to New York after weeks away, vacationing in the Mediterranean, to soak up the sights at the Botanical Garden’s Frida Kahlo exhibition in the Bronx. Dressed in a long black blazer coat with gold button detailing, a white blouse and black leather slacks, the “I Was Here” superstar popped a pose in front of an image of Kahlo with little Blue close by her side. Too cute.



In other news, Bey covers the latest issue of BEAT magazine looking all sorts of flawless as she poses in a red and white striped swimsuit against an American flag backdrop. And we love it!



In the snap shot by photographer Ryan McGinley, Queen Bey is the epitome of an “Unfeasibly, almost disarmingly, cool. Strong. Bold. Empowered. An American f*cking idol.” Since BEAT opened its doors in 2010 as “a fanzine in a window-less basement in east London,” Yoncé’s cover is a major milestone for the quarterly, which has also featured artists like Little Mix, Haim and Lily Allen. The issue hits newsstands on Oct. 21. Do you love it? Sound off in the comment section below.


  1. Stacy on October 16, 2015 at 11:57 am

    I think I missed something, but what is so inspiring to mothers and daughters everywhere about going to an exhibit? Aren’t parents supposed to do these things?

    • imani1962 on October 17, 2015 at 8:33 am


    • shellyTheGreat on October 19, 2015 at 8:36 am

      they should, but lots of them don’t.

  2. Crystal B on October 17, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    I’m supposed to think that Bey looks “Unfeasibly, almost disarmingly, cool. Strong. Bold. Empowered. An American f*cking idol.” All from this cover? This cover is one of the most uninteresting magazine covers I’ve ever seen.

    • WeezyDuzIt on October 19, 2015 at 4:16 pm

      I disagree. This cover screams beat it up (even though see’s married).