Beyonce Talks Surrogacy, Miscarriage and Marriage in HBO Documentary

Beyonce Knowles is not known for sharing a great deal about her personal life, but the Grammy Award-winning singer will reportedly open up about her marriage, surrogacy rumors and undergoing a miscarriage in her new HBO documentary.

Beyonce's HBO documentary, "Life Is But a Dream," will give fans an opportunity to hear the singer's thoughts about being married to rapper Jay-Z. USA Today reported that the 31-year-old Grammy Award-winning singer opened up about her husband while giving fans a glimpse of her vacation in Venice, Italy.

"It's every woman's dream to feel this way about someone," Beyonce says in the documentary, according to the publication.

While the publication also speaks about the singer being forthcoming about a miscarriage that happened two years ago while showing the sonogram for her one-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter, USA Today provided a preview about her thoughts concerning rumors that she allowed another woman to carry her baby.

"There's a stupid rumor. The most ridiculous rumor I think I've ever had about me. It's crazy. To think I would be that vain – I respect mothers and women so much and to be able to experience bringing a child into this world, if you're lucky and fortunate enough to experience that, I would never, ever take that for granted," Beyonce said. "It's the most powerful thing you can do. Especially after losing a child, the pain and trauma from that just makes it mean so much more to get an opportunity to bring life into the world. It seems like people should have boundaries."

Although the singer's documentary will not air until Feb 16, she also spoke about the surrogacy rumor affecting her family in the February issue of GQ magazine that hit newsstands recently.

"I felt like I kind of had to protect my mother, because when people made up the silliest rumor about me not really being pregnant she was there when I went through all of those things. And my sister. They were very, very defensive," Knowles admitted. "It's not personal to me, and it comes along with the job, but the lack of respect-people will just go too far sometimes."