Beyoncé and JAY-Z's eldest child has grown up before our eyes on the Grammys stage: see the photos
Given that she has a Grammy Award, it's no surprise Blue Ivy Carter has been to the Grammys a handful of times with her famous parents, Beyoncé and JAY-Z.
The couple's eldest child started attending the awards with Mom and Dad back in 2015, and has gone several more times since, meeting A-listers and sneaking snacks in the front row along the way.
Most recently, she joined her dad on stage in 2024 as he accepted the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award.
"I used to say it was a sippy cup for Blue, but Blue's grown up now she doesn't take sippy cups," the rapper shared in his speech. "And she has her own Grammys," he added, in reference to the award she earned alongside her mother for the "Brown Skin Girl" best music video win in 2021.
Here, look back on all the times Blue Ivy, now 12, went to the Grammys with Beyoncé and JAY-Z.
At her very first Grammys in L.A. in 2015, a pink-clad Blue Ivy had -
a dream moment when she met Rihanna on the red carpet.
Blue Ivy had a front-row seat for the 2017 show in L.A. — on Dad's lap, no less! — with auntie Solange Knowles next to her.
That same year she was pulled into a Carpool Karaoke-esque sketch alongside host James Corden and superstars including Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Ryan Tedder, Neil Diamond, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw.
Another year at the Grammys — this time in New York City — another smooch from her proud pop.
Blue Ivy's relatable snack moment went viral that year, thanks in part to the image of a glammed-up Beyoncé holding a juice box for her little girl.
She had another A-list meeting moment that year, this time with Alicia Keys.
Joining JAY-Z on stage as he accepted his award at the 2024 Grammys, Blue Ivy stunned in a custom Vivienne Westwood gown.
Off-stage, she shared a sweet moment with her dad as Beyoncé (not pictured) looked on from the crowd.