he’s been nicknamed ‘Queen Bey’ by her legions of fans.

However, Beyonce can always count on her mother Tina Knowles to bring her back down to earth.

The singer admitted her mother reminds her she is ‘not a queen’ as she spoke during a Mrs Carter World Tour press conference in London on Saturday.

 
Looking mint: Beyonce looked colourful in a green blazer, white top and printed trousers at a press conference in London on Saturday

Looking mint: Beyonce looked colourful in a green blazer, white top and printed trousers at a press conference in London on Saturday

She told the Daily Mirror: ‘I feel this (superstardom) is temporary and my public life when I’m performing on stage is just a few hours of the day.

‘The rest of the day I’m with my family, I’m changing diapers and I’m with my mother who reminds me, “Girl, you are not a Queen.” So it’s good to have some balance.’

Although Beyonce admits relying on her family to bring her back down to earth after performing to adoring crowds, she has come under fire recently for trying to control her public image.

 
Green with envy: Beyonce is currently on the UK leg of her Mrs Carter World Tour

Green with envy: Beyonce is currently on the UK leg of her Mrs Carter World Tour

Down to earth: Beyonce's mother Tina keeps her daughter's ego in check

Down to earth: Beyonce’s mother Tina keeps her daughter’s ego in check

The singer has banned photographers and agencies from covering her Mrs Carter World Tour, only allowing a selection of approved images to be released from each show by her own photographer.

The controversial decision has led to a string of bad quality and not as flattering images to flood the internet taken from fans’ cameraphones.

Since becoming a first-time mother to Blue Ivy in 2012, Beyonce has relied on her mother Tina’s help, especially when she is on tour.

And the 31-year-old admitted she and husband Jay-Z are already looking forward to baby No.2… or even No.3.

She said: ‘Definitely I would like to have more children. Motherhood has changed everything.’

 

 

 
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