Blue Ivy wins at birthday parties

Fairy princesses slay, OK?


It shouldn't come as any surprise really: Blue Ivy has already beaten us when it comes to the parental lottery, exotic destinations visited and record-busting videos appeared in, so we're not even mad that a four-year-old has just left any childhood (or, let's face it, adult) party we ever had in the dust. Proud mum (and, we assume, party-planner) Beyoncé took a break from masterminding the launch of her new athleisure range Ivy Park to share the pictures on her website. Let's take a closer look, shall we? 


It starts off normal enough, if you leave aside the backdrop of 'enormous mansion'. Excited small child, princess dress, look-at-me-it's-my-birthday pose. Standard.


We've added a balloon and some pretty cool Converse into the mix, but still the scene is one that could be witnessed at any local leisure centre on a Saturday afternoon - an air of expectation before the guests arrive, with an undercurrent of, 'Dude, where's my cake?'

Yeah, I mean, an indoor archery range. We all had one of those at our fourth birthday party, right, guys? Guys? (Reassuring that the crown is plastic, not like actual gold though.) 


We can all agree that no birthday party is complete without some real-life fairy princess performers. And a stern security guy loitering under some upside-down flowers.  

You know what's better than little tents? Little tents inside a big tent.

Same, Blue Ivy. Same. 

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