Beyonce Snuggles With Blue Ivy in Heart-Melting New Photo Before Tour Opener

Beyonce and Blue Ivy Mason Poole/Beyonce.com

Is anything better? Beyoncé had a snuggle session with her beautiful daughter, Blue Ivy, ahead of the first show for her Formation World Tour in Miami on Wednesday, April 27.

The "Hold Up" singer, 34, took a break from rehearsing to cuddle up with her little girl at Marlins Park. Beyoncé held Blue, 4, in her lap as they touched noses and sat together on stage.

Blue bonded with her famous dad, Jay Z, too. The two stayed to watch Beyoncé's sold-out show and were joined by Beyoncé's Destiny's Child alum Michelle Williams in the stadium later that night. (Lil Wayne, Future, Trick Daddy and Trinidad James joined opening act DJ Khaled.)

Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour at Marlins Park on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in Miami, Florida.
Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour at Marlins Park on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in Miami, Florida. Frank Micelotta/Parkwood Entertainment

"My sister is here tonight. Thank you so much for coming and surprising me," Beyoncé said to Williams during her set. She also recalled driving to the arena with Blue.

"I was driving here tonight, and my daughter said, 'Mommy, are we going to your work?' And then we were pulling up to this huge stadium," she told the crowd. "I remember when I was a little girl that this was my dream … this is a stadium tour that is sold out. You’re helping all of my dreams come true. I want to thank my Beyhive … Remember, nobody is responsible for your happiness but you."

Before the night was over, Queen Bey gave a shout-out to her loved ones before she sang her 2009 hit "Halo."

"I want to dedicate this one to my beautiful husband. I love you so much. I love you, Blue," she said.

Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour at Marlins Park on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in Miami, Florida.
Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour at Marlins Park on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in Miami, Florida. Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup for Parkwood Enterainment

Beyoncé's set list included over 30 songs, and ranged from her greatest hits, such as "Run the World (Girls)," "Drunk in Love" and "Sweet Dreams," to her new tracks. As the world knows by now, the singer dropped her second visual album, Lemonade, on Saturday, following her HBO special of the same name. Lemonade touches on marital affairs, feminism and self-empowerment.

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