Blue Ivy 'just made everything make sense' for Beyonce

Beyonce Knowles with her daughter Blue Ivy.
Beyonce Knowles with her daughter Blue Ivy. Bang Showbiz

BEYONCE loves motherhood more than anything and can't imagine her life without her daughter Blue Ivy Carter.

The Love on Top singer - who gave birth to her little girl 13 months ago with her rapper husband Jay-Z - admitted that none of her other achievements compare to motherhood.

She told Oprah's Next Chapter on Saturday : "It's what I'm most proud of and it just made everything make sense to me. I couldn't imagine my life if I did not have my daughter."

The 31-year-old star also credited her daughter for helping her to reveal more of herself in her new HBO documentary Life Is But A Dream, explaining that the movie had been in the works for more than three years.

She said: "My story did not feel complete and I didn't know why but ... after I gave birth I looked at my diaries and everything made sense.

"There are so many connections in the film that I didn't realise until I gave birth. Everything just completely connected and I said now know who I am ... I wasn't complete before my daughter."

Beyonce also opened up about her daughter's personality and hinted that Blue is the boss in their house already.

She said: "It's so much joy and I have my best friend. She is hilarious and she is fire. I didn't expect her to be fire but lord I'm a have me a time. She's beautiful."

In the new documentary Beyonce admitted a miscarriage was the "saddest thing" she has ever experienced, but explained: "My life is a journey. ... I had to go through my miscarriage, I believe I had to go through owning my company and managing myself ... ultimately your independence comes from knowing who you are and you being happy with yourself." 



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