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Blue Ivy Carter has found her voice.
Beyonce was thrilled to discuss her daughter’s latest milestone.
“She’s starting to talk,” she said to Us Weekly. Getting to see Blue’s face in the morning is “the best thing in the world…It’s just such a beautiful time in my life to have a child and every day see something new and see her learn something new.”
Beyonce praised her husband, Jay-Z, for being a loving partner. “My husband is incredible,” she said. “He’s so supportive.”
Beyonce is scheduled to perform at the Super Bowl Live halftime show this Sunday and couldn’t be more excited. The singer said the show in New Orleans is “the highlight of a career.”
Beyonce’s post-Super Bowl plans are unclear. Recently, the UK concert promoter Live Nation's website accidentally posted a glamorous picture of Beyonce along with the text “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.” Beyonce said she might have an announcement after her performance and encouraged her fans to tune in.
Beyonce recently opened up about the miscarriage she suffered before Blue Ivy’s birth in her new HBO documentary, Life Is But a Dream, ABC News reports. In order to cope with the loss, Beyonce wrote her saddest song ever, which happens to be the first song on her new album.