She is one of the most successful artists in the world, consistently pushing boundaries and reaping the rewards in the music world; however, motherhood – not music – is the greatest source of singer Beyoncé’s pride.

 

The star, who is mum to four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy with husband Jay-Z, has given her first interview in two years – and motherhood was a major focus of her exchange with Garage magazine.

 

The 34-year-old, who has sold over 118 million records worldwide and has a whopping 20 Grammy Awards under her belt, revealed that becoming a mother is still her greatest achievement to date.

 

 

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“Out of everything I’ve accomplished, my proudest moment, hands-down, was when I gave birth to my daughter, Blue,” she told the publication.

 

Beyoncé was also keen to lavish praise on her own mother, Tina, who has had a powerful influence on her as a woman, a mother and an artist.

 

“Everything I know about being a mother comes from the examples she has shown. My mother has instilled confidence in my sister and me, and taught us to always be grateful,” the star added.

 

 

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Blue is clearly a constant source of inspiration to her mother, too, having recently made a cameo in the video for her song Formation.

 

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