Blue Ivy looks all grown up in 10th birthday tribute from Tina Knowles

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Blue Ivy, daughter of music superstars Beyoncé and Jay-Z, turned 10 years old Friday, receiving a heartfelt birthday tribute from grandmother, Tina Knowles-Lawson.

“My beautiful Talented and super smart Grandaughter Blue Ivy turned 10 today,” the “Talks With Mama Tina” host, 68, began on Instagram. “God it seemed like yesterday you came into the world running things. Blue is my little Capricorn Twin.”

Lawson went on to gush over the bond she shares with her mini-me.

“I prayed for her to be born on my birthday, but she did what she always does, she came when she got good and ready 😂three days later, but we still share the bond,” she shared.

“She reminds me that ‘Grandma you are acting just like a Capricorn.’ Blue gives the best advice like a grown person I sometimes forget that she is so young!!!😂!😂.

“Blue is one of those rare gifted people that can do everything well! God Blessed me the day you were born! My Sweet , Beautiful Baby Blue❤️❤️❤️🎂🎂💥Happy Birthday 🎂❤️🙏🏽.”

Plenty of Lawson’s celebrity friends went on to wish Blue a happy birthday within the comment section, with many making note of the 10-year-old’s height.

“Happy Birthday Blue Ivy ❤️🎂❤️🎂❤️🎂❤️🎂❤️🎂,” wrote Naomi Campbell, with writer/director Lena Waithe adding, “Capricorn season strong!!”

“No way she’s that tall now!!!,” remarked “Community” actress Yvette Nicole Brown. Octavia Spencer agreed, adding, “So tall!!! ❤️❤️❤️.”

Other celebrity well-wishers included Nicole Ari Parker, Vivica A. Fox, Gabrielle Union, Yvonne Orji, and more.

Last month, the eldest Carter kid joined four-year-old sister, Rumi, for a cameo in mom Beyoncé’s latest Ivy Park campaign.

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