Beyoncé Finally Reveals Blue Ivy’s Face In “Life Is But a Dream” Documentary

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In Beyonce's upcoming documentary titled "Life Is But a Dream," she allows viewers to see Blue Ivy -- whose face has been hidden from the public's eye since she was born.


If you’ve been impatiently waiting to see recent photos of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy, you are in luck. The singer finally shows Blue Ivy’s face in her upcoming documentary titled “Life Is But a Dream.”

A day before the release of the documentary, slated to air on HBO on Saturday, a still from the 10-second interaction was leaked on Twitter and instantly became one of the most retweeted images on the social media platform. In a recent interview with Oprah for “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” the star reveals that she gained a whopping 57 pounds during her pregnancy. She even performed just three months after giving birth! “I did a show three months after giving birth, which was crazy,” the superstar tells Oprah. “I had clearly never given birth, and I didn’t know that I would gain 60 pounds … 57 pounds.” She also discusses the first time she felt her daughter kick. “Made me cry,” she says. “Kicked five times, I’m so excited!”

The singer worked diligently to get rid of the baby fat with the help of a strict diet and exercise regimen. “Y’all have no idea how hard I worked!” the singer, sporting a body-hugging silver bodysuit, exclaimed to a cheering audience at the time to the first night’s sold-out audience. “They had me on that treadmill. I ate lettuce!” Aside from discussing motherhood, the singer discussed her very private relationship with husband Jay-Z. “I would not be the woman I am if I did not go home to that man,” she shares with tears in her eyes. She adds that what the two have “just gives me such a foundation.”

Are you going to tune in and watch “Life Is But a Dream”?

Maria Lloyd (@WritingsByMaria) is the Business Manager for the Your Black World Network and Dr. Boyce Watkins. She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University and an advocate of dismantling the prison industrial complex, increasing entrepreneurship, reforming education, and eradicating poverty.