Beyoncé Knowles is an involved mother despite her hectic schedule

Beyoncé Knowles is an involved mother despite her hectic schedule

Beyoncé Knowles is a very busy woman. Between awesome performances and business meetings, she's also expected to show face at numerous events. However, that doesn't stop her from being a fantastic and involved mother.

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US superstar, Beyoncé Knowles, is super busy but that's not preventing her from being a part of her children's lives.

Despite a really hectic schedule, she's doing her most and being the kind of mother for Blue Ivy, 7, and twins Rumi and Sir, 2 that others can look up to.

Beyoncé even does school drop-offs and shows up to support her children during their extra curricular activities. Where does she find the time? Only she knows!

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Hollywood Life reports that Queen Bey and her hubby, Jay-Z, who is also really busy, make a point of being 'personally involved' in Blue Ivy's school activities.

According to the report, the celeb couple wants to raise their children as 'normally' as possible.

"Beyoncé takes Blue to school as much as she can and is very, very hands-on with all her school projects and extracurricular activities. They have nannies, but when it comes to all things school, Beyoncé really likes to personally be involved."
"She and Jay really appreciate how normal they are treated, too. It’s very important for Beyonce‘ and Jay-Z to raise their children as normally as possible and they expect to be treated the same as everyone else."

Briefly.co.za gathered that Blue Ivy is really good at dancing. She stole the show during her latest dance recital in June in Los Angeles.

She showed she has her mom's killer dancing skills when she finished the routine with a full split.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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