News: Scoot Over Blue Ivy, Beyoncé Hints At When She'll Have Another Baby [Video]
Sunday, Feb 17, 2013 1:55PM
Grammy-winning singer Beyoncé Knowles-Cater has no plans of slowing down bringing new life into the world and revealed wanting another baby with husband Jay-Z just a year after delivering Blue Ivy Carter.
In her highly-anticipated sit-down with television mogul Oprah Winfrey, Bey discussed revealing a miscarriage to the world and how soon Blue Ivy could have a playmate.
Beyonce was asked why she revealed her miscarriage in the documentary. "I felt like there are so many couples that go through that and it was a big part of my story. It was one of the hardest things I've been through. It was one of the reasons I did not reveal that I was pregnant the second time. You don't know what's going to happen. It was hard," Beyonce said. Thankfully, Beyonce's daughter came after -- she was the positive light that shined after a dark time. "She is hilarious and she is fire. Lord am I going to have me a time. She's very smart. She's doing flashcards. She's beautiful," Beyonce said. So when will we see another baby? "I definitely want another child. After this next tour, maybe I'll have another baby." (Hollywood Life)
The world was finally exposed to Blue Ivy Carter's facial features courtesy of Knowles-Carter's new Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream HBO documentary this weekend.
Beyoncé has been very protective of Blue Ivy since her birth, but she is showing off her bundle of joy in her new HBO documentary Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream. The adorable one-year-old daughter of Bey and Jay-Z steals the screen as her proud mama holds her up in a still from the film. Bey, who calls Blue her "road dog," "homey," and "best friend," is cautious about putting her baby in the public eye, but still wants her to have a normal childhood. "I will still be protective and make sure she has a childhood and a great time." (Rap-Up)
Last May, Bey hinted at wanting to bring even more life into the world after delivering Blue Ivy months prior.
"I have such a full life," she said in an interview. "I feel like now I know the reason that I was born. [More kids?] Of course. I definitely want to have more. I don't know how many. God knows; I don't know yet." ("Entertainment Tonight")
In 2012, Jay-Z talked about fatherhood and making sure Blue grows up with morals.
At the last minute, I remembered to ask after his family, "Oh, my family's amazing." And the baby? "She's four months." Marcy raised me, and whether right or wrong/Streets gave me all I write in the song. But what will TriBeCa give Blue? "I actually thought about that more before she was born. Once she got here I've been in shock until maybe last week?" Her childhood won't be like his, and this fact he takes in his stride. "We would fight each other. My brother would beat me up," he says, but it was all in preparation for the outside. "I was going to have to fight, I was going to have to go through some things, and they were preparing me." He smiles: "She doesn't have to be tough. She has to love herself, she has to know who she is, she has to be respectful, and be a moral person." It's a new day. (New York Times)
Check out Beyoncé's "Oprah's Next Chapter" interview: