Check Out This Gorgeous Pic of Tina Lawson, Beyoncé, and Her Daughters Blue & Rumi in Matching Outfits
Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles, took to her Instagram page to share an adorable photo of herself alongside her daughter and granddaughters, Rumi and Blue Ivy.
Tina Knowles shared an adorable picture showing three generations of her family. In the photo, Tina, Beyoncé, and daughters Rumi and Blue Ivy, posed in matching outfits. Tina captioned the post:
"My granddaughter might just be my height when I see her again!... And only 8 years old. Rum's legs are long too."
"She's really turning into her own person. Can't wait to see what her future holds."
Another fan said that Rumi's legs were also tall for her age while Beverly Johnson described the family as a beautiful family. Marilyn Booker wrote, "All of your babies are SO BEAUTIFUL!!!"
Beyoncé has many hit songs in her remarkable career and one that comes to mind is "Run The World" where she passed the message of girl power in the lyrics.
Sir is seen towards the end when Beyoncé, in a message, dedicated "Black Is King" to him and all Black sons and daughters.
Her daughter, Blue Ivy, is the perfect embodiment of the song's message as at just 8-years-old, she is running the world and has become a pop culture icon like her parents.
Blue Ivy became the youngest recipient of a BET Award after Beyoncé's "Brown Skin Girl" in which she featured, won the "BET Her Award." The song also features Nigerian artist Wizkid and Saint JHN.
Blue Ivy's twin siblings, Rumi and Sir are just three years old but are gradually stepping into the spotlight themselves, though their parents rarely share pictures of them.
One of those rare pictures came in January when Beyoncé shared an in-review video that included two never-before-seen photos of her twins.
Beyoncé recently released a new visual album titled "Black Is King" in which members of her family including Jay-Z, daughter Blue Ivy, twins Rumi and Sir, and her mom, Tina featured.
Rumi and her twin brother also appeared in the visual album in different ways. Rumi is seen during the "Brown Skin Girl" scenes of the album along with her mom, Blue Ivy, and Tina Knowles.
Sir is seen towards the end when Beyoncé, in a message, dedicated "Black Is King" to him and all Black sons and daughters, saying the sun and the moon would bow to them, and that they are the keys to the kingdom.
Beyoncé also celebrated her mother, Tina in "Black Is King," with the latter appearing throughout the video. It is no surprise, though, given how highly the singer holds her mom.