The precocious six-year-old took charge at the Grammys on Sunday night and ordered her famous mom and dad to chill out.
With a steely gaze, and a nonchalant ‘calm down’ hand gesture, she immediately brought them to heel as they clapped enthusiastically at her side.
A clip of the moment Blue silenced her parents during a speech about the Dreamers by Cuban-born singer Camila Cabello instantly went viral, with her attitude delighting fans on social media.
Blue and her mom were at the Madison Square Garden show in New York to cheer on Jay Z, who was nominated for eight awards for his album 4:44.
Having skipped the red carpet, music’s first family sat front row, with Blue sandwiched between her famous parents. Wearing white – complete with mini heels – the kindergarten student’s outfit stood out against the black worn by both her parents.
While Beyonce was being bossed about by her daughter, the music icon was looking as cool as could be as she sat cross-legged in her velvet custom Nicolas Jebra gown, Alain Mikli sunglasses firmly on.
On her head was perched a black hat, rather obscuring the view for those sitting behind her.
The singer finished her outfit with an incredible $6.8million of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, with 70 carat diamond and titanium geometric earrings hanging from her ears with 35 carat center stones. On her fingers were three platinum set diamond rings.
Her look was completed with a slanted hat and killer heels by Jimmy Choo and a mini clutch bag by Judith Leiber and her make-up artist revealed that her look was inspired by the Black Panthers – two years after she paid homage to the socialist organisation – founded in October 1966 – at the Superbowl in February 2016.
Sunday night’s outing came as Jay Z opened up about his marriage, seemingly admitting to infidelity.
Speaking during an appearance on The Van Jones Show, he said: ‘You can love someone but if you haven’t experienced love, and you don’t understand it and you don’t have the tools to move forward, then you’re going to have complications and you can either address it or you can pretend until until it blows up at some point.
‘For us, we chose to fight for our love. For our family. To give our kids a different outcome.
‘To break that cycle for black men and women… We were never a celebrity couple, we were a couple that happened to be celebrities. We are real people. It’s my soul mate, it’s the person I love.’