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Beyoncé fan goes viral after singer shares photo of her shocked reaction

Beyoncé shared the funny moment on her Instagram account

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Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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An unnamed woman has gone viral after her look of total shock while walking past Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z was caught on camera and shared on the If I Were a Boy singer's Instagram page. The couple appeared to be leaving a hotel to attend the Grammy Awards while dressed to the nines in the shot, which showed the white-haired lady staring in shock at the pair. Fans were quick to discuss the funny snap, with one writing: "LMAOO this has me weak cause she could've easily cropped that woman out but she said, 'NO. I AM BEYONCÉ. WATCH HOW THE PEASANTS LOOK AT ME'."

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Beyoncé shared a funny snap

Another person added: "Everyone if Beyoncé ever walked past them," to which someone replied: "You mean Beyoncé and Jay-Z." The original poster cheekily responded: "No, I mean just Beyoncé." The famous couple's eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, was the talk of the night after she was caught on camera appearing to 'shush' her iconic parents while they clapped during Camila Cabello's speech.

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The six-year-old contrasted with her parents, who were dressed all in black, while dressed in a white ruffled coat and matching trousers. Speaking about the funny moment, one fan wrote: "Blue: calm down mother, dad you too. Y'all bring attention and you already know I didn't wanna be here. Thanks," while another added: "Blue told Beyoncé to stop clapping and Beyoncé did what she was told." The couple left their baby twins, Rumi and Sir, at home for the Awards show. Speaking about welcoming the twins to the family back in June, Beyoncé'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."