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Beyoncé shares early Easter pics of Blue Ivy, Solange

Photo credit: beyonce.com

Photo credit: beyonce.com

Beyoncé has shared some seriously cute snaps from an Easter-themed tea party with daughter Blue Ivy and sister Solange Knowles.

This week, the 34-year-old marked the arrival of spring by throwing the world’s luckiest 4-year-old a tea party. In Bey style, the doting mother shared all the Kodak moments on her website, with a smiling Blue Ivy looking too darn cute in her Oscar de la Renta pink dress.

Meanwhile, sister Solange, looked every bit as chic in a bright cobalt blue ensemble. Beyoncé on the other hand, kept it casual

The “Formation” singer obviously had a bit of fun while editing the snaps before blasting them out to fans. In one image, she gave baby Blue a pair of pink and white bunny ears — in the corner, sit two tiny rabbits. In a second image, her sweet daughter can be seen wearing a colorful flower headpiece. While in yet another snap, Bey swapped out the background for something a little more vibrant and festive. And while Bey only appears in one photo, it was just as inviting. In the image, she stands in front of a colorful backdrop — in front of her sit a set of colorful teacups and a kettle.

Earlier this month, Mrs. Carter shared a series of photos featuring Blue and Chris Martin dancing about while preparing for their epic Super Bowl halftime show performance. In the week following, the queen of pop music revealed her biggest accomplishment — giving birth to her daughter in 2012. She told Garage magazine: “Out of everything I’ve accomplished, my proudest moment, hands-down, was when I gave birth to my daughter, Blue.”

Queen Bey also credited mom Tina Knowles for being her hero and teaching her everything she knows about being a mother. “My biggest hero is and always will be my mother. She has taught me about caring for others, working hard and working smart.” she said. “Everything I know about being a mother comes from the examples she has shown. My mother has instilled confidence in my sister and me and taught us to always be grateful.”