Beyoncé and Jay Z take daughter Blue Ivy on bike ride in Amsterdam

Beyoncé and Jay Z made a rare public appearance with their daughter Blue Ivy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The power couple were spotted getting into the local spirit as they enjoyed a bike ride around the canals.

Dressed in a black leather jacket, skinny jeans, a beanie and metallic shade sunglasses, Beyoncé rocked a biker chic look. The Halo singer showed off her outfit in a photo on Instagram, and shared another one of the family cycling along the road.


In her second snap, Beyoncé is pictured pedalling along with her husband Jay Z cycling to her left. The Empire State of Mind rapper looks just as effortlessly cool in shades and a khaki jacket.

Beyoncé and Jay Z, who are notoriously private about their daughter Blue Ivy, decided to take their two-year-old out for the day. The toddler was strapped in behind her dad in a child seat and wore a protective orange helmet, the national colour of The Netherlands.

The family stunned passers-by as they cruised the streets, with many whipping out their phones to try and catch a quick photo. Two security guards cycled behind.


Beyoncé had been performing at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, but made sure she had time to take in the city's sights.

Earlier in the trip, the Texas-born songstress paid a visit to Anne Frank's House, which was confirmed on the museum's official Facebook page.


"American singer Beyoncé and rapper & producer Jay Z visited the Anne Frank House today," a post read next to a photo of the singer signing the guestbook.

"They were more than an hour inside and very impressed by their visit to the hiding place of Anne Frank."


Beyoncé and Jay Z toured the house where Holocaust victim Anne had lived at the age of 15, before she was sent to the the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.

The singer posted two touching photos of her inside the museum, one looking out to a photo of Anne and another of her crouching down in a corner.
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