Beyoncé Reveals She Has Two Beehives with 80,000 Real-Life Bees at Her Home — Here's Why
In an interview about life, home, and career, legendary American singer-songwriter Beyoncé Knowles revealed she has over 80,000 bees at her house for her two daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi's allergies.
In a candid interview, renowned singer Beyoncé Knowles opened up about life, her evergreen career, fashion, and time spent at home with family during the COVID-19 lockdown.
At the beginning of the conversation, when asked what joy fashion brought into her life, the singer revealed that it had been a place of escape for her during the quarantine.
She explained that she and her kids came up with "Fashion Fridays," which became a ritual and an opportunity for them to handle the "crazy year together." She added that Ivy Park, her clothing line's newest collection, was inspired by this new tradition.
Beyoncé also shed more light on the motive behind her latest visual album, "Black is King." She revealed that she was just glad to be doing what she and her family had always done, which was celebrating and uplifting the Black community.
When asked about the impact the events of 2020 had on her, the 39-year-old admitted that she truly cherished the time with her family and added that her new goal was to slow down and shed stressful things from her life.
Later, the star revealed that she had two beehives at her house with over 80,000 bees. She explained that they made hundreds of jars of honey a year because her daughters Blue and Rumi had terrible allergies, and it had countless healing properties.
In the clip, the singer and others were seen stylishly modeling different clothes from the collection called "Drip 2."
Besides being a thoughtful mother and a significant inspiration to the world of creativity and music, Beyoncé has racked for herself several other achievements.
She officially became the only solo artist, along with Mariah Carey, to have reached #1 hits in four different decades: the 1990s, the 2000s, the 2010s, and the 2020s. Her feature on rapper Meghan Thee Stallion's "Savage" shot her up the 2020 charts.
The star is also known for her acting skills and was almost cast in the remake of the movie "A Star is Born." She and director Clint Eastwood tried to coordinate their schedules to bring it to life, all to no avail. Singer Lady Gaga eventually got the role.
Last month, Beyoncé showed the world her prowess in the world of fashion after she released a new teaser trailer for the latest collection of her Ivy Park sportswear in collaboration with the brand Adidas.
In the clip, the singer and others were seen stylishly modeling different clothes from the collection called "Drip 2" while she spoke about her experience during the pandemic. However, what struck the viewers was the few seconds her daughter Blue appeared in the video.
After the video came to an end, the adorable little girl gave a show-stopping full split on camera that had several Twitter users praising the child. Clearly, Blue is gearing up to follow in her mother's multi-talented footsteps.