The “perfect family” that Beyonce has been describing for years has always been her own family.

The Queen’s “I know, I do” is a phrase she uses as a mantra, and the words she used in the song “Perfection” speak to that.

“I know I am perfect for my family,” she sings on the track, “I’m in perfect shape, I love my husband, I adore my daughter, I am in the perfect shape to have children,” she tells the singer in the opening lines of the song.

But there’s more to the Queen’s story than that.

The Queen’s music has always focused on family and raising children.

On the album, Beyonce sings of her “mommy” and “dadmy” (as well as “my son and my daughter”), but it’s the mother who has been at the forefront of her life and career.

In the video for the song, Beyonces mother is seen breastfeeding her newborn daughter, while her husband, Jay-Z, takes a selfie with his baby girl.

While Beyonce is known for her fashion sense, she’s never shied away from her family roots.

In the song about her family, she sings of a grandmother who lived through World War II and her mother’s first love.

I knew I was loved, but I knew I had a responsibility to be there for my mother and my grandmother, Beyoncé sings in the video.

Beyonce is known as one of the world’s most influential women, and she’s one of many women to make history this year with her own record label.

There are a number of artists who have released albums this year that celebrate and celebrate their mothers, but the one that stands out to me is the music of Beyonce.

According to Forbes, Beyonc’s first album sold more than 7.7 million copies worldwide, and it earned the Queen more than $1.8 million in royalties from the album alone.

She is one of a number women to reach this milestone in her career, including Beyonce’s sister, Queen Bey, and former President Barack Obama.

“I love my mother, but she’s not just my mother,” Beyoncé said in a 2015 interview with Time Magazine.

“She’s the reason I want to be the best that I can be.”