It has since been revealed that her youngest daughter, Rumi, was in attendance during the show-stopping performance in Paris.
On Twitter, a user shared a video of Rumi watching her mother perform with her sister at the Stade de France. She even held a sign that read “We Love You Blue!”
“POV: I saw Beyoncé’s 3 children from my seat at Renaissance Tour,” the caption to the video read. The video then cuts to Blue Ivy joining her sister in the stands while wearing the same silver glittery outfit she wore while performing.
Blue Ivy joined her mother to perform My Power from the singer’s 2019 The Gift album. She then stayed on stage to dance to the 2020 single, Black Parade.
Blue Ivy is currently the second-youngest Grammy Award winner in the award show’s history, winning the best music video category for Beyoncé’s Brown Skin Girl video at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards. She was nine at the time of her win.
“Give it up for Blue,” the proud 41-year-old mother shouted to the crowd, which erupted in applause following her epic performance.
Later, Blue’s grandmother, Tina Knowles-Lawson took to Instagram to express how proud she was of her daughter.
Last night I saw my beautiful grandbaby (11) dance in the front of almost 70 thousand people !” she wrote in the caption to a video she shared. “She killed it and was as cool as a cucumber! Blue Ivy Carter. No Fear.”
Just last week, the firstborn to megastar was spotted during the opening night of the I’m That Girl superstar’s opening night of her world tour in Stockholm Wednesday.
In images captured and posted online, Blue Ivy was seen wearing a king-sized black t-shirt while donning long box braids and silver nails. Her father Jay Z is seen wearing all black with a tinge of white while accessorizing the look with black sunglasses and a matching black beanie. His arms are seen crossed in front of him as he jams along to his wife performing Diva.