Beyonce really opened up about her experiences as a busy new mom in her ‘Self-Titled’ documentary, including revealing that she breastfed her now nearly 2-year-old daughter Blue Ivy in the recording studio right after she returned to work. Bey struggled to find the balance between continuing her music after becoming a mom and sharing bonding time with her baby, and found that she needed to do both, regardless of the stress.
Beyonce revealed a brand new photo from her “Blue” video shoot with her precious 1-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy on Dec. 24. The beautiful mommy-daughter snap was not included in the final video, but it was such a pretty outtake that Beyonce had to share it!
Beyonce revealed the full-length video for her new song “Yoncé,” — but that’s not all she revealed! While shaking her hips and showing off her toned booty during some inspired twerking, Beyonce also revealed a sexy strip of underboob!
“The spirit of RISE encourages women to be all that we are,” Beyoncé said in a press release. The new fragrance is centered around orchids (Pantone’s color of the year for 2014, coincidentally), and is presented in a luxe gold bottle, designed by Ken Hirst.
It is the first time we’ve ever heard little miss Blue Ivy Carter speak, and she makes her big debut on the final few moments on mom Beyonce‘s tribute song, “Blue.” The 1-year-old giggles sweetly, calls out for “mommy!” and even joins into the lyrics “hold on to me!” The video will simply melt your heart.
Beyonce‘s songs are not only catchy and powerful, they actually mean something. In “Pretty Hurts,” Beyonce is obsessed with her appearance — smiling constantly, measuring her waist and comparing herself to other girls. Watch the video below.
The stunning footage in Beyonce‘s video for her new song “Heaven,” features such happy life moments, but Beyonce is shown trying to smile as she lets her tears flow, her voice powered by raw emotion. Before her now 1-year-old daughter Blue Ivy was born, Bey revealed that she suffered a devastating miscarriage that made her fearful she would ever be able to have children — which may be the background of her powerful ballad.