Beyoncé And Jay Z's Adorable Family Album

Beyoncé And Jay Z's Adorable Family Album
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With baby Blue Ivy completing the brood, take a look back at the Beyonce and Jay-Z's most memorable moments in their family album...

Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z are without a doubt one of the most famous pairings on the planet. But seeing as they've both wracked up millions of album sales and bagged countless awards, that was always going to be the case. Despite the fact that they're both global icons, Beyonce and Jay-Z started off as an extremely private couple. They even refused to confirm their marriage one point.

But luckily for us, the birth of the duo's daughter Blue Ivy on 7 January 2012 changed everything! Beyonce and Jay-Z are so proud of their little girl that they're now happy to share photos of some of their most intimate moments together - and they're doing it on Instagram.

Over the years, we've been treated to private photographs of the trio on various vacations; We've seen Beyonce and Blue Ivy match in brightly-coloured swimsuits while on one exotic jaunt and hang out with Jay-Z aboard a luxurious yacht during another. The superstars also once treated fans to a stunning shot of their child watching the sun set over the sea.

But the Carter-Knowles clan isn’t just handy with a camera on holiday, they appear to love nothing more than posting everyday snippets of Blue Ivy growing up. Doting mum Bey has uploaded everything from an adorable portrait Blue Ivy drew to a super-sweet selfie of the pair with fooling around with bees on their faces.

Having seen lots of images of her, there's one thing about Blue Ivy that's startlingly obvious - she's inherited her parents' true star quality. The tot is very comfortable before the lens, posing and pouting like a true professional. There's picture-proof that she enjoys the odd A-list style pampering session too.

Come with us as we remember some Beyonce, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy best family moments with these heart-warming images...

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