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Blue Ivy, Solange Knowles


Beyoncé and Solange are getting their auntie on!

The sisters swapped kids earlier this week, so Blue Ivy Carter got to spend some some quality time with Aunt Solange, while Julez Smith and Aunt Bey hung out!

Blue, 3, and Solange, 28, paid a visit to Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art. Solange Instagrammed a photo of Bey and Jay Zs little lady marveling at a display of lights. In the sweet pic, Blue rocks pigtails and an adorable shark ensemble. Her proud aunt captioned the artsy shot simply, "This little light of yours..."

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Queen Bey, 33, and Julez, 10, looked like they had some fun together, too! The singer Instagrammed a selfie of "Julez and Auntie BB" sticking their tongues out!

Beyoncé is clearly close with Solange and her son, and she'd like for Blue to experience that bond between siblings someday, too. "I would like more children," Beyoncé told ABC News in 2013. "I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being big sister."

Solange loves being a little sister, too! As she told Vulture, she and Bey see each other at least once a week. "Blue comes over, I babysit," she said. "[Beyoncé] takes Julez sometimes for the weekend. [Blue] and Julez are going to grow up more like sister and brother than cousins."

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Julez like hanging with his uncle, too! He's "showing signs of wanting to be an artist," said Solange, and he even writes raps!  "He loves it. It's so scary."

That said, if Julez or Blue end up wanting to following their famous parents' footsteps, they'll have plenty of guidance. Because as Bey said, she's "very protective" of her mini-me.

"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," she told ABC News. "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."