Beyonce and Blue Ivy are featured in a loving image that was leaked on Feb. 16, according to Us magazine. These two are set to premiere this evening in the award-winning singer's flick called "Life Is But a Dream"on Saturday evening, but the shot got out before the HBO documentary had a chance to air.
Among topics of the fresh documentary to be seen on the small screen besides Blue Ivy, who Beyonce calls her "best friend," the 31-year-old entertainer talks about her marriage and her miscarriage.
Meanwhile, in the photo that has escaped and made its way onto the Internet that depicts the "Dangerously in Love" singer and her 13-month old daughter, Bey holds up Blue Ivy in a candid pose that has the child looking a bit startled while the mom looks extremely proud.
This was a child who was very much wanted after Beyonce and Jay-Z, typically a very private couple, experienced the devastation of a miscarriage. In fact, Jay-Z opened up about the loss in his rap called "Glory."
By way of background, Beyonce became pregnant the fist time a couple of years ago. She says of the experience, "...I heard the heartbeat, which was the most beautiful music I ever heard in my life."
While she had already set about nesting and coming up with names, her early pregnancy didn't come to fruition in the way in which everyone involved wanted. However, the serious situation made Beyonce want to put her sad this experience down in song.
She said that doing this "was the best form of therapy for me because it was the saddest thing I've ever been through."
But now Beyonce has Blue Ivy, who was paraded in front of millions during the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards when the singer was once again pregnant. That's when Bey announced her impending arrival. She merely rubbed her baby bump and everyone knew what was to come.
For Beyonce, family has always been her most cherished part of living so expect Blue Ivy to be around for the diva's "The Mrs Carter Show World Tour" when it bows in April in more than 40 European and North American concerts. Meanwhile, "Life is But a Dream" starts being shown on HBO on Saturday night, as does Beyonce's much heralded interview with Oprah Winfrey on OWN.