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Beyonce & Jay Z's Daughter Could Be Uprooted Amid Parents' Marriage Meltdown

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May 10 2016, Updated 5:26 p.m. ET

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As the aftershocks of Lemonade continue to create even more bitterness over Beyonce and Jay Z's soured marriage, has exclusively learned that the superstar couple's daughter, Blue Ivy, could be caught in the middle!

According to a source very close to the 34-year-old "Single Ladies" singer, the four-year-old has not yet started school, even though the average age for a child to enter pre-Kindergarten is three years old.

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Said the source, "Beyonce is not going to have her daughter home-schooled. She really wants Blue Ivy to get the experience of having a normal childhood with other kids."

However, as reported, the past year has been a whirlwind for the Queen B and her 46-year-old rap mogul King, as Beyonce has been working non-stop on her latest album Lemonade, while at the same time launching her own music label and fashion line.


In Oct. 2015, just one month after Blue Ivy would have entered Pre-K schooling in Los Angeles, her parents left the home they were renting to move into another $45 million rental in Bel Air, Calif. And now, sources told they will be leaving that property too.

The source told, "Beyonce does not want Blue Ivy in school on the West Coast."

"She wants to move back to the East Coast, so that they can be closer to family and because they have a better setup for her daughter."

Sister Solange's son Julez reportedly goes to school in Brooklyn.

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