Beyoncé and Jay Z wanted their daughter, Blue Ivy, to have an unforgettable birthday, so they hired out an entire zoo called Jungle Island for themselves.
Music's most famous baby turned two on Tuesday 7th January.
The daughter of music royalty, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, celebrating hitting the big 2 with face-paints, while wearing a crown and surrounded by family members.
Blue Ivy's day got even better, her parents rented out Jungle Island, a park which holds a wide variety of exotic animals and exhibitions, in Miami, Florida.
Afterwards the trio built up an appetite and decided to feast on pizza at Joey's Italian Café, Us Weekly reports.
"It was really cute," an eyewitness told the mag. "They're such fun and attentive parents and pretty normal people considering how famous they are."
"There weren't many people around and maybe one photographer outside but the restaurant closed the shade so the photographer couldn't see in. It allowed them to have a pretty normal lunch."
A source close to the pair also added, "She is the apple of their eye."
This past Tuesday (Jan 14th), the 'Halo' singer posted several personal photos on her Tumblr account of her daughter's big day.
A few familiar faces can also be seen in the snaps.
The 32 year-olds former Destiny's Child band mates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, were also attendees on the happy occasion.
And they all joined in on the fun, the photos show that the three 'Say My Name' singers also had patterns painted on their faces, but it was only mommy who also sported a princess's crown.
However, it was only the birthday girl who rocked a cute little tiara, and they watched lovingly while she drove her brand new Minnie Mouse toy car around the room.
Another insider tells the mag, "She is an adorable, well-adjusted and very funny baby girl."
Happy Birthday Blue Ivy!
Beyonce shared this photograph in late December
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