There’s hardly any child in Hollywood who gets as much attention as Blue Ivy, after all, the 8-year-old is the daughter of Beyonce and Jay-Z, the power couple of the music industry. The two have had their ups and downs but their love for each other has triumphed over every obstacle.
Their marriage is going strong to this day, and has even blessed them with three beautiful kids. The oldest of them, Blue Ivy, has stolen the spotlight on many occasions including her headline-grabbing appearance at the 2018 Grammys.
So it’s only fair that her parents have decided to take her confidence to the next level by hiring a coach that specializes in helping people realize their potential and work towards their ambitions.
To the outsider, it may sound bizarre for Bey and Jay-Z to get a confidence coach for their daughter but given their billionaire status and entrepreneurial legacy, they want to give their children the best luxuries in life. And there’s no better luxury than that of quality education and coaching.
When it comes to self-confidence and women empowerment, no one does it better than Queen Bey, so it’s only understandable that she wants to her daughter leave behind a similar legacy, and learn to use her gender and ethnicity as her biggest weapon.
Despite having a combined net worth of billions of dollars, Beyonce and Jay-Z have no intention of spoiling their young ones with their riches. Instead, they want their children to create their own destiny and face the real world, just like everyone else.
Beyonce also wants her daughters to learn that they can achieve anything they set their mind to, despite their gender, skin color or size. It’s never too early to start teaching your kid about self-confidence, which is why Bey has hired the best in the business for her 8-year-old so that she can grow up to be a girl-boss, just like her mom.
In 2018, Beyonce told Vogue that she didn’t want her daughters to face the same prejudices that she did while growing up. She doesn’t want Ivy and Rumi to conform to society’s prerequisite for fame and success just because they are women. What really matters is that they strive to be good human beings and fight for what’s right.