Beyoncé's Daughter Offers $80,000 For Earrings At Auction

By Sonu



It is nothing new that the eldest daughter of Beyoncé and Jay Z accompanies them in certain important events such as the Grammys or the BET Awards.

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The 10-year-old girl has never been particularly overwhelmed by the presence of cameras on the red carpet and over time she has come to move like a fish in water in these types of situations.

On Saturday night Blue Ivy went with her parents to the Wearable Art charity gala organized every year in Los Angeles

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The WACO Theater Center association that her grandmother Tina Knowles-Lawson founded and directs.

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It was a very special night for the whole family and she was not about to stay in the background.

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Taking advantage of the fact that her mother and grandmother had left her alone to go on stage and direct the auction,

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Beyoncé's first born began to raise her paddle to bid on a pair of Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings and went on to offer more than 80,000 dollars.

The most ironic thing is that the jewels had previously belonged to Beyoncé herself, but it seems that Blue was not happy that they were going to end up in the hands of a stranger.

She ultimately ended up losing to Monique Rodriguez, founder of Mielle Organics, who made the winning bid with $105,000.