She is one of the biggest interplanetary stars, and yet she likes to be low key. Beyoncé poses on the front page of the December issue of the British version of Vogue magazine, and on this occasion, she gave a rare interview. In all transparency, the singer confides at length on her confinement, her family life, her upcoming projects or her vision of life, while the Coronavirus epidemic continues to rage in the world. Faced with Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief who is no longer introduced, Beyoncé has also let out secrets about her three children, her eldest Blue Ivy and her twins Sir and Rumi.
Last July, Beyoncé released her event film Black is King, on the Disney + streaming platform. A blend of visual album and musical film, this feature film deals with many important topics for the 39-year-old singer, centered around the history, culture and heritage of blacks in the United States, against a background of empowerment. In front of the journalist, Beyoncé explained why she has at heart, as a mission, to raise the voices of blacks and more particularly of Africans. A mission that came to her when she became a mother: “Something opened up inside of me right after giving birth to my first daughter.”
The richness of black culture
Then, who is Jay-Z’s wife added, “From that point on I really understood my power, and becoming a mother was my biggest inspiration. It became my mission to ensure that she lives in a world where she truly feels seen and valued “. Then Beyoncé explained that one of her recent trips to South Africa with her family also touched her deeply. Finally, her son Sir was also a great inspiration to her: “After having my son, Sir Carter, I felt it was important to raise and praise our boys, to make sure they grow up with enough movies, children’s books and music that promote emotional intelligence, self-worth and our rich history. ” Then, Beyoncé concluded her answer by explaining that all of these reasons are why she dedicated her film to her son.