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Beyonce Tells Daughter Blue Ivy Every Day She Can Be President

Tue, April 16, 2013 6:48pm EDT by 4 Comments
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Blue Ivy for president in 2056? Beyonce revealed that she tells her little girl every day that she can be president one day — how inspiring! Watch the moving video for Chime for a Change for women’s empowerment.

Beyonce‘s only daughter Blue Ivy Carter is just one year old, but the proud mama revealed in a new inspirational video for Gucci’s charity Chime for Change that she tells her daughter every day that she can grow up to be president one day!

Beyonce Tells Blue Ivy: You Can Be President

In the inspiring, celebrity-packed video, which features motivational messages from stars including Halle Berry, Blake Lively, John Legend and others, Beyonce reveals that she inspires her daughter Blue Ivy, who just turned one in January, that she can be whatever she wants to be — including the president!

Beyonce says:

I’m telling my daughter every day, you know you can be president, you know it’s possible. And I know she has no idea why I’m saying that, but at one year old, I’m like, you know you can be president.

Chime for Change Promotes Women Empowerment

The organization aims to promote education, health and justice for every woman and girl, and is endorsed by strong, powerful women in the entertainment industry — and men, too. The video also features Zoe Saldana, who also reveals her passion for education:

The most powerful thing a woman can have is her own education.

What do YOU think about Beyonce telling Blue Ivy she can be president, HollyMoms? Do you think that’s an empowering message?

WATCH: Chime For Change Video Featuring Beyonce, Halle Berry & More

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