According to reports, little Blue Ivy’s metallic, glittery dress with a long tutu train, ornately embellished bodice and flowery waist is worth an incredible $11k (£8,300) and was made by children’s designer Mischka Aoki at Bergdorf Goodman.
The third photo of the adorable mother and daughter combo is a birds eye shot of them watching down the red carpet, revealing their gorgeous hair braids.
Allegedly, Blue Ivy wore a custom tutu dress worth $11,000, while her attractive mother opted for a Francesco Scognamiglio couture gown and Lorraine Schwartz diamond jewelry worth $13 million dollars.
But then four-year-old Blue remembered something: red carpets are awfully loud and she would much rather wait inside, thank you very much.
Our favourite part, though, was “Hold Up”, when she recreated the video by grabbing a baseball bat and knocking one of the VMAs cameras to the floor with it (all while a sample taken from Kanye West’s “Famous”, a track she beat in the Video Of The Year category, played). She was met by a standing ovation, the only appropriate response to a force of nature. She went in with 11 nominations for visual album Lemonade and came out with seven wins Sunday night, with one still undecided as of time publication – including video of the year and best female video.
Blue Ivy is by no means the first celebrity tot to object to being photographed.