Beyonce Chats It Up With "GMA" About The Cuban Trip Controversy, Making Blue Ivy A Big Sister Soon & Being An Extra Protective Mom
Beyonce appeared on "GMA" this morning where she addressed her controversial anniversary trip to Cuba, giving Blue Ivy a sibling and her role in the animated film "EPIC".
In between jaunts of "The Mrs. Carter Show" World tour in London, Beyonce sat down with GMA's Amy Robach recently in the UK (the interview was taped and aired this AM) where she gave a revealing look into her life as Mrs. Carter. The gorgeous gal in a green Barbara Bui blazer and matching green printed Barbara Bui pants with striped Pivichic Louboutin pumps, tells her plans to have more children, her reaction tot eh controversy about traveling to Cuba with Jay-Z and how she describes herself as a mother. Here are the highlights:
On making Blue Ivy a big sister
I would like more children. I think my daughter needs some company. She should be a big sister….at some point. When it's supposed to happen.
On her EPIC role (opening May 24)
You know, I was so honored when they asked for me to do this role. And I was actually pregnant at the time. And I thought, 'You know, by the time this comes out my daughter will … understand it's my voice and what an incredible, cool point. I was crying after I did the voiceover. And it was the first thing I did after giving birth. And there's a scene where I pick the pod. And literally there were … tears falling.
On the Cuba trip controversy
You know, it was such a beautiful trip. I met some incredible children. I visited some incredible entrepreneurs. And it was really, it was really educational for me. I learned so much about so many people and the country, and it was actually quite shocking.
On staying grounded
You know, at the end of the day you're the same exact person. You know … I still like the simple things. Like, I have on my press-on nails right now," she said, laughing. "I have on my store-bought press-on nails. But my color, my … paint is professionally done.
On her biggest job
My biggest job in the world is to protect my daughter. And I am very protective. I just want to make sure that she can have a healthy, safe, normal life … in the back of my mind, she's my priority. And life is completely different now. So I'm - I feel really, really just lucky that I can still do what I love, and now have a way bigger meaning. And that's to be her mother.
Watch the full interview here: