- Beyoncé’s firstborn daughter, Blue Ivy is now nine years and her other twin siblings, Rumi and Sir, are four years old
- The three recently participated in a new advertisement campaign to celebrate the launch of Ivy Park Kids, Jay-Z and Beyonce’s clothing line
- Beyoncé and her kids showed up with matching outfits that looked nothing but fabulous
Beyoncé’s all grown kids have joined her in the latest advertisement campaign launched for their new clothing line Ivy Park Kids, and they look stunning.
Queen Bey, 39, appeared in the campaign video along with her daughter Blue Ivy who is now nine and her twins, Rumi and Sir, who are four.
The new kids clothing line is the latest addition to the superstar’s Ivy Park x Adidas collection. The kids appeared in matching outfits with their mom, looking like a million bucks. Literally!
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Blue, who recently won a Grammy, wore animal print pants with a purple top matching with her mom while the twins wore matching royal blue sweatsuits, all from the latest Ivy Blue Kids collection.
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The new campaign was shared on Ivy Park’s Instagram page captioned:
“The rodeo isn’t just for the grown ups. Introducing IVY PARK Kids #ivyparkrodeo #ivyparkkids,” it read.
Even in the commercial, it isn’t easy to spot her kids as she kept them away from the centre of attention during the commercial.
Beyoncé’s private life
TUKO.co.ke recently reported Beyonce keeps her private life away from the limelight.
“I’m grateful I have the ability to choose what I want to share,” said the ‘Lemonade’ hitmaker.
The superstar said she never wanted to be famous due to drama; she wanted to shine because of her music and she feels that should be enough.
“One day I decided I wanted to be like Sade and Prince. I wanted the focus to be on my music, because if my art isn’t strong enough or meaningful enough to keep people interested and inspired, then I’m in the wrong business. My music, my films, my art, my message, and that should be enough,” she was quoted by TMZ.
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