While the world began fawning over the newest additions to the Knowles-Carter household, Beyoncé and Jay-Z reportedly feared their older daughter would “feel left out” once the twins arrived.
However, the superstar parents had no reason to worry, as a source told People magazine Blue Ivy has been a doting big sister to her siblings, Rumi and Sir.
“Beyoncé has been very busy with the newborns, but she’s also been able to relax a bit. It’s helped her that Blue has been such an amazing big sister,” the insider said Wednesday, Aug, 23. “There was no need to worry because Blue is great. She takes her job as a big sister very seriously and helps out a lot.”
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To combat feelings of exclusion, Beyoncé made sure to bond with Blue before the twins arrived. In February, the talented 5-year-old accompanied her mom and dad to the NBA All-Star game and regularly posed with mom for holidays like Mother’s Day.
Lately, though, Blue has been striking out on her own more than ever. Even as she plays nice with her siblings, the youngster isn’t afraid to challenge mom and dad for the spotlight.
The soon-to-be kindergartener made headlines tearing up the dance floor with Bey at a wedding reception over the weekend and did the same when she dropped a freestyle on one of Jay-Z’s “4:44” bonus tracks.