Natalia Bryant Listed as Intern for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour

by Xara Aziz
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There’s no doubt Beyoncé and her team are super selective about who they recruit to work with the global star on her ongoing world tour, so it came as no surprise when it was revealed that Kobe Bryant’s eldest daughter Natalia Bryant is listed as an intern for Parkwood Entertainment’s Renaissance World Tour.

According to the tour’s website, the 20-year-old model is listed as an intern for Parkwood Entertainment, a management, production, entertainment company and record label founded by the artist in 2010. The company currently has offices in New York City and Los Angeles.

This marks the second time Natalia and Beyoncé have worked together. In 2021, Natalia was featured in an Ivy Park campaign, where she is seen posing for the camera in a three-piece black and white houndstooth and plaid suit.

“I’m so excited to be a part of the new Ivy Park campaign!!!! Love you so much Auntie BB,” the model wrote on an Instagram Story. Just nine months before she made the announcement, she signed with IMG Models.

Last November, Natalia told E! News that to be the most fashion-forward version of yourself, you should “just try to be you. Portray yourself through your outfit and then you’ll love your outfit even more.”

She continued: “I’m really stepping into my own style,” she told E! News at the time. “Growing up, I’ve definitely been influenced by my friends or family members. It’s been an interesting experience being able to watch my own style evolve over the years.”

Natalia was born in 2003 and is the firstborn of Kobe and Vanessa Bryant. Her sisters Gianna, Bianka and Capri were born in 2006, 2016 and 2019, respectively. In 2020, her father Kobe and sister Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash.

“I love talking about my dad,” Natalia told Teen Vogue. “It’s bittersweet, but I enjoy talking about him more than it’s sad for me.”

She continued: “You do the best that you can. [For] my little sisters [we’re] trying to keep that memory for them. And also just trying to remember to live out every day the way they would.”

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