She made headlines this week after refusing to give an interview to accompany her latest Vogue photo shoot, and while she may be keen to keep her personal life private, Beyoncé doesn’t seem to mind sharing the odd sneak peek into family time.

 

The singer has once again delighted her fans and followers on social media by posting some stunning family photos from her latest break away with husband Jay-Z and their daughter, Blue Ivy.

 

Naturally, the adorable three-year-old was the centre of attention as she enjoyed a day out on a yacht with her famous parents, and the tot is quickly turning into her mum’s mini-me!

 

While Beyoncé is typically stunning in an animal-print one-piece swimsuit, with lacy cut-out sides, little Blue is seen donning a cute kid’s version of the very same piece!

 

 

In another shot, Otis rapper Jay-Z is seen welcoming his little one in for an embrace, an idyllic scene of the sea before them.

 

While Beyoncé regularly shares snapshots of her daughter, she and her husband are notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to discussing their personal life with the media.

 

 

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The couple recently found themselves at the centre of pregnancy rumours once again, after the Single Ladies singer stepped out on numerous occasions covering her stomach with her laptop.  

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