Beyonce has just starred in the Disney remake of The Lion King, been to a number of screenings for the hit film, and has put out an incredible soundtrack to go alongside the movie, but it turns out she has all the time in the world for her bambinos.
Because, of course.
Yes, the mega star shares seven-year-old Blue Ivy, and two-year-old twins Rumi and Sir with her hubby Jay-Z, and is all about putting them first.
When chatting to People magazine, a source opened up on the 37-year-old’s family life, and how she makes sure her three children are her main priority.
They told the publication: ‘It might seem like her career would take up all her time, but it’s quite the opposite. Her career is always second and her kids are her first priority.
‘She is a fantastic mum and very involved. She’s busy making a schedule and taking care of her kids. She makes sure they have scheduled activities and tutoring.’
The Crazy In Love hitmaker has introduced her tots to the music industry already, with her eldest making her singing debut on The Lion King soundtrack.
Yes, Blue can be heard blasting out some lines on the fifteenth song on the album, titled Brown Skin Girl.
She even gets a mention in the credits.
‘Of course both Beyonce and Blue love music,’ the insider explained: ‘Blue loves singing, dancing and performing. She is a natural.’
They added: ‘[Bey] also lets her go to video shoots, award shows and music recording. They have a very special bond!’
The queen of pop even made sure her mini me appeared in the music video for her recent single Spirit.
Opening with two men singing in Swahili (in a nod to The Lion King’s African roots) the video then pans onto Beyonce standing against an arid, rocky backdrop.
The Run The World singer looks to her left and Blue, wearing a pastel-coloured dress, walks up to her.
Slaying just as much as her mum, the youngster takes centre-stage as she holds Beyonce’s hand while the two of them gaze over the landscape.
The track features the lyrics: ‘Saying rise up to the light in the sky, yeah. Watch the light lift your heart up. Burn your flame through the night.
‘Spirit. Watch the heavens open, yeah. Spirit, can you hear it calling?’
And it’s all just a bit too much.