Beyoncé shares new photos of trendy toddler Blue Ivy

Beyoncé and her toddler Blue Ivy have been enjoying some mother-daughter time following the end of the singer's world tour.

The Drunk in Love crooner shared a series of photos on her Tumblr page, in which the pair is pictured looking closer than ever.

In one black and white photo, Beyoncé is seen walking towards her daughter and smiling as Blue Ivy turns around and waits for her. Dressed in a knee-length cut coat, a chequered dress and a cute bowler hat, Blue Ivy looks like one very trendy two-year-old.


The youngster's face is hidden from view, in keeping with Beyoncé and her rapper husband Jay Z's very private approach. The doting mother poses in the background of the photo, looking just as chic wearing round-framed sunglasses and her blonde tresses loose.

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

In another photo, Beyoncé proudly dons her black bespoke jacket with the words "Mrs. Carter World Tour" emblazoned across the back. The 32-year-old holds Blue Ivy close as she carries her around a zoo and looks out to a giraffe enclosure.


The Texas-born songstress gave a small mention to her daughter during the final show of her tour, which she wrapped in Portugal last Thursday.

"If you all don't know, tonight makes 132 shows," an emotional Beyoncé told the crowd. "Tonight is the last show of the Mrs. Carter Show. We started a year ago and I want to say this has been such a journey.

"In the past year, we've been through so much together. When I first started the tour, my baby was not even walking yet. I just want you to know that I am so lucky."


The singer was clearly moved by her final tour performance and apologised to the audience through tears.

"I'm giving y'all an ugly cry," she said. "Thank y'all again. Thank you for allowing me to have a career. And when I fall, you lift me up. When I'm hungry, you feed me. And I just want to give you my light."

Beyoncé's tour marked the highest grossing female tour of 2013, pulling in £113million from its first 107 shows.