New Blue Ivy Pictures: Beyonce at Beach With Daughter (VIDEO)

Busy with her "Mrs. Carter" World Tour, Beyonce still managed to make time with her daughter last week while the family vacationed in Miami.

Beyonce spent time last week with her daughter, Blue Ivy, her mother, her sister, and her sister's son as all six family members headed to a Miami beach. The pop singer posted photos of the vacation to her Tumblr.

In one of the photos, the star can be seen walking through the sand while she holds Blue Ivy's hands. The singer appears laid back wearing a loose fitting, colorful shirt over shorts and a band around her wavy hair. Blue Ivy wears a pink ruffled summer dress.

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In a second photo Beyonce can be seen holding her daughter near her face. Blue Ivy, wearing a large sun hat that covers her face, has a careful arm placed on her mother while she sits on her lap. Last week Beyonce also posted photos of her and her daughter as the two played at a Brooklyn park in Park Slope. Despite the number of people around, the pair appears to enjoy themselves without being bother by others.

Beyonce has been careful about cutting out family time in the midst of busy world tour. On Sunday the singer returned to the stage in Nashville where she reached out to the crowd, asking for a moment of silence to remember Trayvon Martin. A jury found George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing Martin, "not guilty" on Saturday prompting a number of protests across the country.

"I'd like to have a moment of silence for Trayvon," the singer said Sunday. She then began to sing Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" in honor of Martin.

Tickets for Beyonce's tour, which will now run through November and December, are still on sale.

Here is the video:

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