Rihanna, Blue Ivy Share Precious Moment At The Grammys [Photo]

Rihanna and Blue Ivy shared a precious moment at the 2015 Grammy Awards, and it was caught by a camera. According to Mail Online, RiRi took a moment to chat with — and hug — 3-year-old Blue, who attended the show with her parents Jay Z and Beyonce. The site even likened Rihanna to Blue’s “fairy godmother,” which doesn’t seem too farfetched given her poofy pink gown.

Although Blue didn’t sit in the audience with her super-famous parents, she was watching, likely backstage somewhere. Beyonce made sure to mention her little girl when she accepted the award for Best R&B Performance for “Drunk in Love.”

“This is such an honor. This has been such an incredible year. I’d like to thank my beloved husband. I love you deep. My daughter who’s watching, Blue, I love you,” Beyonce said.

Rihanna and Blue Ivy weren’t the only two who shared a moment last night. According to People Magazine, RiRi was sort of the stand-in aunt for a few children at the show. She also met with Jamie Foxx and his daughter, Annalise. Rihanna pinched the child’s cheeks and posed for a photo with her and her dad.

Rihanna, Blue Ivy, and Annalise weren’t the only talk of the night when it came to the “Four Five Second” singer. People seriously could not (and still cannot) stop talking about RiRi’s dress. The Giambattista gown was compared to a prom dress gone bad, a luffa, and several other things that were quite amusing (please post your thoughts on the dress in the comments section below).

Rihanna may get to see Blue Ivy more often now because Blue will soon be living in Los Angeles full time with her mom and dad. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Beyonce and Jay Z have decided to relocate. The couple have moved out of the Big Apple (though they still own their place in Tribeca), and have decided to raise Blue in LA, at least for the time being.

“Currently, they’re looking at property in Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, and Bel-Air. As for their daughter, Blue Ivy, she’s currently enrolled in a toddler program in an exclusive, elite private school,” the Inquisitr reported just last week.

[Photo courtesy of AP via Page Six]