Beyonce kicked off her Formation tour in Florida on April 27, but before the party on stage got started, the Single Ladies star shared an adorable photo of her daughter Blue Ivy on her official website.
In the black-and-white photo, the four-year-old is snapped wearing huge headphones and snazzy trainers as she's cuddled by her mother. Beyonce is dressed casually in trainers, tracksuit and a woolly hat.
The Beyonce.com website also features more candid shots from the Formation tour.
Beyonce's latest stage extravaganza opened without addressing any of the rumours of marital infidelity fuelled by her latest album.
Queen B came out swinging in Miami in an oversized black western hat and bodysuit, trading her normal stilettos for military-style combat boots. She closed the show with a song for Jay Z, saying: "I love you so much."
The singer opened the show with Formation and then moved to her latest anthem Sorry, singing: "Tonight, I regret the night I put that ring on."
Both songs were from Lemonade, which she released days earlier in an HBO special with full visuals. Much of the album appeared to tie into Beyonce's life, and lines like "Are you cheating on me?" raised questions of whether her husband, Jay Z, had been unfaithful.
She also performed Rocket and Drunk In Love, then sang Me, Myself And I ("I'm going to be my own best friend"), before moving on to Single Ladies.
Beyonce dedicated a song to her "beautiful husband" and she also had a few words for late superstar Prince.
The stage became the colour purple to honour the Kiss singer and Purple Rain played during a Beyonce costume change. The 34-year-old dedicated her final number Halo to the late star as fireworks shot into the night sky.
"Prince, thank you for your beautiful music. ... He's an artist that inspired all of us," she said.