Beyoncé rings in an early Easter with Blue Ivy and sister Solange Knowles

By Chloe Best

Beyoncé rings in an early Easter with Blue Ivy and sister Solange Knowles

Beyoncé rang in an early Easter with daughter Blue Ivy over the weekend, and her little one was clearly ecstatic. The "Formation" singer and her sister Solange hosted a very pink tea party for the four-year-old, sharing a number of sweet images with her fans on her official website.

Blue Ivy looked just like her superstar parents in one sweet photo, which shows her walking barefoot in a bright pink dress. With a floral crown photoshopped onto her head and rabbits superimposed in the background, the image was fitting to celebrate the first day of spring.

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One image sees Blue giggling and sporting a pair of photoshopped bunny ears as she stood in front of her aunt Solange, while in another she is superimposed onto a floral background and holds onto a china tea cup.

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Beyoncé often shares fun photos of her young daughter with fans, and recently melted hearts by posting a picture of Blue experimenting with makeup as she joined her mom at a music video shoot.

Although the performer and her husband Jay-Z are notoriously private, she recently gave a rare insight into their family life and opened up about her experiences of motherhood.

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"Out of everything I've accomplished, my proudest moment hands down was when I gave birth to my daughter Blue," she told Garage.

Beyoncé also revealed that her biggest "hero" was her mother Tina Knowles, who she credited for helping her to learn what it takes to succeed at motherhood.

"She has taught me about caring for others, working hard and working smart," the singer explained. "Everything I know about being a mother comes from examples she has shown. My mother has instilled confidence in my sister and me and taught us to always be grateful."

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