Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy gives Tina Knowles a Halloween makeover: ‘She made me into Grandma Skeleton!’
Halloween is right around the corner.
And Beyonce‘s mother Tina Knowles is getting into the spooky spirit with the help of her eight-year-old granddaughter, Blue Ivy.
Tina, 66, posted a precious selfie right after getting a Halloween makeover from her granddaughter, who transformed her into a silly skeleton.
‘She made me into Grandma Skeleton!’ Beyonce’s mother Tina Knowles is getting into the spooky spirit with the help of her eight-year-old granddaughter, Blue Ivy
‘My Blue is a great make up artist ! She made me into Grandma Skeleton !!’ Tina captioned the post last week.
Blue used a smoky shade of makeup to draw around her grandmother’s eyes, transforming her pretty hazel eyes into concave sockets.
She also used a dark pencil to draw in a large mouth full of teeth over her grandmother’s red lips.
Despite the spooky theme, Tina managed to look like a glamorous skeleton with her long lashes and effortlessly perfect waves.
Just the girls: Tina with her daughter Beyonce and granddaughter Blue in 2018
Making a splash! The superstar beamed with joy during a day on the water with her little one in 2018
Tina is the mother of singing sensations Beyonce and Solange Knowles.
Last month, Beyonce celebrated her 39th birthday with her husband Jay-Z and their three children on board a luxury yacht in Europe.
The family was seen cruising around the coast of Cavtat, Croatia, on the new Benetti-built superyacht LANA, which costs an eye-watering $2 million a week to rent.
Beyonce and her husband tied the knot in 2008 and, in addition to daughter Blue, share three-year-old twins Rumi and Suri.
Family matters: Beyonce and her husband tied the knot in 2008 and, in addition to daughter Blue, share three-year-old twins Rumi and Suri
Despite the pandemic, Beyonce has remained busy these last few months with her flourishing music career.
In late July, Beyonce released Black Is King, a visual album which was initially created as a companion piece for the soundtrack, The Lion King: The Gift.
The project took on greater meaning following the George Floyd protests.
‘The events of 2020 have made the film’s vision and message even more relevant, as people across the world embark on a historic journey,’ Beyonce explained on Instagram. ‘We are all in search of safety and light. Many of us want change. I believe that when Black people tell our own stories, we can shift the axis of the world and tell our REAL history of generational wealth and richness of soul that are not told in our history books.’
Powerful: In late July, Beyonce released Black Is King, a visual album which was originally intended to be a companion piece for The Lion King film