Beyoncé had the most relatable mom moment at the Grammys

Everyone was talking about Blue Ivy's hilarious shushing of her parents at the Grammys. But Bey had a total mom moment and we all totally missed it.

JAY-Z, Blue Ivy Carter, and Beyonce at THE 60TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS Photo: Timothy Kuratek/CBS via Getty Images

Celebrity parents, they're just like us!

All eyes were on the Carter family on Sunday night during the Grammys, and not for the $6.8 million dollars-worth of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds on Beyoncé's ears. But because the always-sassy Blue Ivy hilariously stole the show from her famous mom and dad.

When she wasn't making entertaining facial expressions, she was maturely hushing her parents for eagerly clapping during the three-and-a-half-hour awards show. PARENTS, RIGHT?!

The icing on the cake? When Blue made Queen B hold her juice box while she munched on some snacks (Annie's Bunny Fruit Snacks, in case you were wondering). She was wearing a beautiful, white outfit that she didn't want to stain, obviously.

This wasn't Blue's first time at the awards so obviously her parents brought lots of snacks to get her through the very long show. Though Bey probably doesn't stuff her kid's snacks in her purse, instead she has a handler for that. But still, talk about a relatable moment. Even while decked out in couture and an amazing hat, Beyonce is still a mom/snack holder for her kid.


Jay-Z must've been getting hungry, too, because Blue graciously shared the tasty treats with her dad.

Fans on Twitter were loving. Every. Second.

Blue Ivy quickly became the most-tweeted-about celebrity at the Grammys—who better to outshine Beyoncé than her own daughter?!


She's a boss and she knows it—we are totally living for more of Blue Ivy at awards shows. She's definitely showing her new brother and sister, Sir and Rumi, how it's done.

Read more: Why Beyonce went too far with Blue Ivy at the MTV VMAs 10 questions we have about the first photo of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's twins

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