Blue Ivy Makes a Cameo in Beyoncé and Jay Z’s Latest Tiffany and Co. Campaign Video

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Photo credit: (C)Kevin Mazur - Getty Images
Photo credit: (C)Kevin Mazur - Getty Images

Beyoncé and Jay Z have a scene-stealing co-star in their new Tiffany and Co. video.

The superstar couple enlisted their oldest daughter, nine-year-old Blue Ivy Carter, for a cameo in the latest video for their "About Love" campaign. In the "Date Night" bonus film, the pair enjoy pizza and Armand de Brignac champagne in the back seat of a Rolls Royce, in homage to the cab scene from the Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffany's, where Paul Varjack confesses his love to Holly Golightly as she plans to leave New York for Brazil. One sweet scene shows Bey singing along to Paul Anka's "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" as hers is perched on her husband's.

Blue Ivy makes her appearance halfway through the film, running after the car in the rearview window. She then joins the date, tucking herself between her smiling parents. The young star even gets to play with a puppy, a stand-in for Holly Golightly's Cat.

The "Crazy in Love" singer is dressed in a black long-sleeve top–evoking Golightly's trademark black dress– with the same gorgeous up-do from the main campaign images and an alluring red lip.

The couple's looks also features several pieces by the acclaimed Tiffany & Co. designer Jean Schlumberger. Jay Z wears the famed platinum and gold Bird on a Rock brooch, paired with a morganite gemstone, and Bey dons an Alisa diamond ring and a pair of Ribbon Fan diamond earrings. The vintage pieces by Schlumberger, who was known for dressing '60s and '70s stars including Jackie Kennedy and Hepburn herself, stand out on the iconic couple.

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