Beyonce, Tina Knowles

The fine people of Minnesota really are crazy in love with Beyoncé.

Before the singer takes to the stage in a sold-out concert at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the state's governor officially named today Beyoncé Day.

In a new proclamation posted on social media, Governor Mark Dayton and Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith made it clear that May 23, 2016 can and should be dedicated to all things Queen Bey for 24 hours.

"Beyoncé has influenced many young girls and women with powerful, positive messages in her songs and thousands of Minnesotans will gather at TCF Bank Stadium to hear Beyoncé perform," the proclamation wrote. "Now, therefore…I hearby proclaim Monday as Beyoncé day."

Perhaps this is just another reason to blast Lemonade on replay all night long. Perhaps, we can throw it back to our favorite songs from Destiny's Child. Heck, would it be too much to rewatch Blue Ivy Carter's mom at the Super Bowl again?

Beyonce, Blue Ivy

Whatever way you want to celebrate, perhaps Beyoncé herself started the party early when she posted images of her family online this morning.

E! News has learned the new photos were taken over Mother's Day weekend when the singer along with Jay-Z, Blue Ivy, Tina Knowles and her husband were in Houston.

Before attending the singer's tour stop, the gang went to The Menil Collection where they got to explore one of the museum's exhibitions titled William N. Copley: The World According to CPLY.

 "They were just like any other family enjoying the art," a source shared with E! News. "They had a great time."

As for those adorable mother-daughter photos posted earlier this morning, those are just priceless. We'll cheers to that! 

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