Blue Ivy is Feeling Herself in The Carters' 'Coming to America'-Inspired Halloween Family Photos

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Coming to America🎃

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She's your queen to be! The award for the most fierce up and coming member of the Carters' royal court goes to none other than Beyonce and Jay Z's 3-year-old daughter Blue Ivy. The mini-diva in the making came pretty close to upstaging her superstar mom and dad in a photo that shows the family fabulously decked out in Coming to America-inspired Halloween costumes.

After Bey and Jay partied the night away at a private soirée in New York City, the "7/11" singer took to Instagram to upload a photo of herself, lil' Blue and Jay Z flossing in their festive regal garments, which served as a perfect homage to the 1988 comedy starring Eddie Murphy as the wealthy African Prince Akeem Joffer who goes undercover in NYC in the hopes of finding true love.

"Coming to America🎃," Bey captioned the photo.

As usual, Bey was her usual flawless self, stunting in a yellow printed mini-dress, purple head wrap and loads of gorgeous accessories. Her hubby Jay Z perfectly executed the prince's royal swagger in a tuxedo and crown, complemented by a leopard stole, a cane and Akeem's famous braid. Meanwhile, Blue held her own as a miniature rendition of Iman Izzi, the character in the film who was chosen to marry the prince.

Of all the family photos Beyonce has shared, we have to say this is the one that really highlights Blue's likeness to Bey. It's all in the head tilt, the high ponytail and the attitude.

It's obvious that Blue was feelin' herself and as fabulous as she looks, we can't even blame her.
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