Blue Ivy’s summer vacation pics have us all in our feelings

Beyonce is out here giving Blue Ivy a masterclass on how to be a diva, and the pictures of the Queen Bee prepping her little princess on how to reign has us all in our feelings.

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Blue Ivy is living her best life. (Twitter)

Beyoncé is out here giving Blue Ivy a masterclass on how to be a diva, and the pictures of the Queen Bee prepping her little princess on how to reign have us all in our feelings.

Bey shared some adorable intimate pics of mother and daughter while traveling abroad during the On the Run II European leg of the tour. Blue Ivy is living her best life as a six-year-old heiress, learning how to summon her inner peace through yoga, chillax poolside while sipping on a virgin cocktail of some sort and looking like a real doll through it all as she cozies up with mom and grandmom Tina, reports Elle.

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Blue Ivy is such a boss already and surely has the bank account to make money moves.

It’s clear that the Carters already have their hands full. Earlier this year Blue attended the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles and her parents tried to stop her from making a $19,000 bid at the art auction.

Jay Z had a time trying to take the paddle away from Blue too.

The annual event was a family affair hosted by mom, Tina Knowles Lawson, and step-dad, Richard Lawson, with Beyoncé being honored for her humanitarian work at the Gala, alongside her mother in-law, Gloria Carter.

As usual, Blue effortlessly stole the show.

And Blue Ivy is not about breaking any rules either and she let her grandmom Tina Knowles-Lawson know earlier this year in the sweetest way that she needed to get in formation.

Knowles-Lawson was visiting an opulent Paris theater that was so breathtaking that she whipped out her camera to do a video so all of us could gawk at it along with her, reports Complex. But what started out as an insider’s look turned into Knowles-Lawson getting chastised by her six-year-old boss grandbaby, who told her she was breaking the rules.

And she wasn’t sorry.

Being a boss is certainly not child’s play, but Blue plays her part very well.

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