Blue Ivy caused a stir after she was spotted telling her parents to stop clapping at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The adorable six-year-old was sat in the middle of her mum and dad, Beyonce and Jay Z, at the awards ceremony, with the pair politely clapping following Camila Cabello's speech - only to be stopped by their eldest daughter. People were quick to discuss the funny clip, with one writing: "Blue told Beyoncé to stop clapping and Beyoncé did what she was told," while another tweeted: "Blue: calm down mother, dad you too. Y'all bring attention and you already know I didn't wanna be here. Thanks."
Little Blue stole the show at the star-studded event, dressed in a white ruffled coat with matching trousers and silver shoes, and with her hair in a high bun, while her parents contrasted her, both dressed all in black. Blue was enjoying some one-on-one time with the pair following the arrival of her little brother and sister, twins Sir and Rumi, in June. Speaking about her granddaughter, Beyonce's mum Tina Knowles told Entertainment Tonight: "[Blue Ivy] is very proud and excited. She's a good big sister and cares for them a lot. We're very excited. It's a wonderful experience.
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Jay-Z gave his daughter a kiss
She added to HollywoodLife.com: "Blue Ivy is doing well. She's a big sister, and she's willing to step in and do whatever she can to help out her little siblings. She's playing with them and looking out for them while they sleep. She'll even warm a few bottles from time to time. Of course, we're not going to get in her way of wanting to be independent and help out because it's so cute to see her becoming her own person." Speaking about the babies, she added: "They've got their own personalities of course. But, they're three-month-old babies… So, I'm sure we'll see them change a whole lot between now and when they get to be Blue Ivy's age."