It appears Beyonce’s maternal and nurturing side has always been at the forefront of how she deals with many people, especially young women.
Beyonce’s mentees, sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey, have nothing but wonderful things to say about the business mogul, music superstar, and mother of three.
While attending the world premiere event for the new TV show Grown-ish, a spinoff of massively successful Black-ish, which the two sisters play twins in, they spoke about the Queen B.
Chloe spoke about how Beyonce is “just a beautiful mother” and how she helps Chloe and Halle to constantly revamp and cultivate their sound as musicians. Chloe says she has always felt very nurtured and seen in the presence of Beyonce.
When the girls have new music and new material that they want to run by Beyonce, she’s always very encouraging while also providing the sisters will notes so they can better grow as artists and individuals.
Chloe and Halle, 19 and 18 years old respectfully, were taken under Beyonce’s wing when they were just young kids and she’s been helping mold them and launch their careers ever since. She also includes them in her own personal projects. In the Lemonade mini-film, the sisters make an appearance alongside actress and singer Zendaya as well as many others.
There is no doubt that Beyonce has had a hand in making Chloe and Halle’s career what it is today. Even opening up doors and increasing their visibility so that roles like the one on Grown-ish can come their way. While the two beauties started in music, they do also love the acting process.
Speaking of motherhood, Beyonce’s mama Tina Knowles was recently asked how the family is adjusting to the two newest additions. Knowles said they are all overjoyed about the twins arrival. One person in particular who is taking her newfound role very seriously is big sister Blue.
Knowles said that Blue loves to feed her younger siblings, Sir and Rumi and that she loves to be around them all the time. Grandma Knowles says that Blue feels responsible for her new little brother and sister because “she prayed for them.”