“I’m very proud,” Rowland, 42, stated in a Sunday, August 27 interview. “She works extremely hard, period.”
But, you know, how could she not? She observes her mother and father in action and how they put… hard effort into all they do.”
Since the start of the Renaissance Tour in May, Blue Ivy, 11, has astonished fans by joining her mother, Beyoncé, on stage during the song “My Power.”
Beyoncé, 41, and Jay-Z received their first child, a girl, in 2012, followed by twins Rumi and Sir in 2017.
Rowland and her husband, Tim Weatherspoon, have two kids, Titan, 8, and Noah, 2. Rowland, who rose to stardom with Beyoncé in the girl group Destiny’s Child, expressed gratitude for having raised children alongside her “really great tribe” of famous pals.
“It’s wonderful and wild that we’re all having babies around the same time and growing up together as mothers,” she said. “And my friends, who are like family to me, have older children and can prepare me.” ‘Guys, what does 8 look like?’ I ask. “Or, what is 9 going to be?”
Rowland opened for Beyoncé during her June 4 Renaissance Tour event in London earlier this year. Rumi, 6, had cheered for her older sister from the audience one month before, waving a homemade “We Love You, Blue” placard at a Paris concert.
Beyoncé paid homage to her “beautiful firstborn” on Instagram in May. “I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama,” she wrote with photos and videos of Blue Ivy performing. “You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel.”
Beyoncé’s tour has consistently generated news in recent months, from wardrobe catastrophes to celebrity shout-outs. Beyoncé spoke up about her fears at her August 21 gig in St. Louis, performing her classic song “Flaws and All.”
As she sang, “I’m a host of imperfections,” she massaged her tummy, touched her neck, and tugged at her arm flesh, drawing applause from the audience.
One admirer said on X (previously known as Twitter): “Beyoncé grabbing her arm while she says ‘imperfections’ is bringing me to my knees.” “No,I why I find this so wholesome,” another admirer said.
Many people are self-conscious about their flappy arms, but she embraces them.”
Beyoncé told Vogue in 2013 that she learned to “understand the power of my body” after having Blue Ivy.
“I just have a feeling my body means something completely different,” she said. “I’m feeling a lot more confident about it now.”
Even whether you’re heavier, thinner, or anything, I’m starting to feel more like a lady. More sensual and feminine. And there is no shame.”