Blue Ivy Matched Mom Beyoncé on the Red Carpet in an Off-the-Shoulder Versace LBD

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Name an 11-year-old with better style than Blue Ivy Carter. We'll wait. 

On Thursday, Blue confirmed that she's the best-dressed 5th grader around while attending her mom Beyoncé's Renaissance film premiere in London. For the occasion, the pre-teen looked mature beyond her years in a slinky Versace LBD with a cool asymmetric neckline that featured an off-the-shoulder gold-chain strap, all-over ruching, and a leg slit on the side. She accessorized her designer dress with a tiny black bag and nighttime shades, and wore her hair down in box braids.

Her outfit matched Beyoncé's all-black ensemble, which consisted of a bedazzled black blazer dress with a long train in the back and barely any fabric in front. The gown was split so high, it showed off her pair of black underwear embroidered with a gold design underneath. Dangling diamond earrings and black platform booties rounded out her look, as did her new icy blonde hair that was worn in a voluminous half-up, half-down style. 

On the red carpet, Bey and Blue shared an adorable mother-daughter moment that left grandma Tina Knowles "in tears." In a video from the premiere, the "Break My Soul" singer can be seen rubbing her daughter's shoulders, asking her if she's cold. Blue replied, "yeah," prompting her mom to tell photographers to stop taking photos until she got her a jacket. 

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"This has me in tears right now," she wrote in the caption, adding: "To the fans that are there uplifting this beautiful talented 11 year old I thank you I appreciate you ❤️❤️."

Blue makes a cameo in Beyoncé's concert film, chronicling her dance progression from her first on-stage appearance in Paris to the end of the tour, as well as the negative criticism she faced online for her "lackluster" moves.



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