The 33-year-old star has posted snaps from a recent photo shoot to her website showing the mum smiling brightly as she watches Blue Ivy race around the room, clearly stealing all the attention during the professional shoot.
Queen Bey wears a soft pink pencil skirt and a stripy top as she gazes lovingly at her little girl in the series captioned 'My Life'.
And little Blue Ivy has her hair pinned up as she wears a cute dress.
But despite thrusting her two-year-old into the spotlight, The Drunk In Love singer has revealed that fame isn't all it's cracked up to be, saying: "I sometimes wish I could be anonymous walking down the street like everyone else."
Beyonce's comments come in a short film starring Blue Ivy - her daughter with rapper Jay-Z - called Yours And Mine, to commemorate the one year anniversary of her self-titled visual album.
But in the revealing eleven and a half minute montage, the mum breaks down in tears as she opens up about her struggle with celebrity, views on feminism, and her thoughts on marriage.
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She says: "I sometimes wish I could be anonymous walking down the street like everyone else.
"Before I was famous I was the girl on the hill with a guitar. I was the girl that just wanted a beautiful view of the beach. Now that I'm famous it's really, really difficult to do very simple things.
"I think it's the hardest thing to give up, but my mother always taught me to be strong and to never be a victim, never make excuses, never expect anyone else to provide me things that I know I can provide for myself.
"I have dreams and I feel like I have a power to actually make those dreams become a reality. When you're famous, no one looks at you as a human anymore. You become property of the public. There's nothing real about it."
She went on to explain: "You can't put your finger on who I am. I can't put my finger on who I am. I am complicated. I grew up with a lot of conflict and dramas and I've been through a lot, just like everyone else."
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