Beyoncé's daughter, Blue Ivy, flaunted her first Grammy Award in the most epic way. The nine-year-old was pictured sipping out of the gold trophy while wearing a matching gold crown.
When Beyoncé Knowles-Carter made history by becoming the artist with the most Grammy Awards ever, she secured a place in history for her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. The latter also snatched her first award at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Blue Ivy was awarded a Grammy for the best music video for her role in Beyoncé's hit song, "Brown Skin Girl," featuring Nigerian singer, Wizkid.
Beyoncé and Blue Ivy at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards on August 28, 2016 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
Blue Ivy's iconic photo was featured at the end of Beyoncé's celebratory video montage, where she showed off her 28 Grammy Awards over the years. At the end of the video, the proud mom shared a special tribute to her daughter.
After sharing a still from Blue Ivy's appearance in the "Brown Skin Girl" music video, the clip cut to a photo of the nine-year-old holding her trophy while sporting a beaming white smile.
A second snap showed Blue Ivy looking relaxed as she sipped from the gold gramophone-shaped trophy with a blue and white straw. While the braided youngster looked casual in a white T-shirt, she accessorized with a bejeweled gold crown.
Although Blue Ivy's pics were right at the end of Beyoncé's video, fans still noticed and expressed their respect for the young artist. One person wrote, "Blue and her ‘sippy cup’ ??? Congrats Queens!"
With her first Grammy at the tender age of nine, Blue Ivy is now the second-youngest person to ever win a Grammy Award after Leah Peasall, who was eight years old when she won the award in 2001.
However, this was not Blue Ivy's first award. She won her first for the same song in 2020 at the BET Awards. She also added to her resumé by narrating the audio version of the children's book "Hair Love."
Blue Ivy already takes after her mother in so many ways. Besides her music and entertainment achievements, she's also shown that she's just as much an influencer as the "Dangerously In Love" hitmaker.
Earlier in the year, she appeared opposite Beyoncé in the campaign for her coveted Icy Park athleisure capsule collection for her label, Ivy Park, in collaboration with Adidas.
In the photos, Beyoncé and her mini-me Blue Ivy posed in the highly anticipated matching monochromatic ensembles from puffy multi-colored jackets and joggers to all-brown outfits and white sneakers.
Blue Ivy also showed off her sassy personality, and fans agreed that the youngster was already on her way to becoming a legend just like her mom.