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No running away, Beyoncé turns 37 today

Mary Pickels
| Tuesday, September 4, 2018 12:42 p.m.
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Beyoncé celebrates birthday number 37 today.

Even superstars’ mothers want to be the first to wish their children a happy birthday.

On Monday, Beyoncé’s proud mom, Tina Knowles, shared happy birthday greetings and a throwback photo to her daughter’s (obviously adorable) infancy on her Instagram account.

It’s already your birthday where you are ❤️So Happy Birthday to the nicest , owner of the most beautiful, generous , loving hearts ever !!!! Brilliant too! Always thinking , planning, analyzing, strategizing , how you can make everything you touch better! On this day you were 4 months old and i couldn’t even control the excitement and pride and the all encompassing love i felt for you , my first born ❤️ I made a vow to love and cherish you everyday . For the rest of my life ! Sometimes i can’t believe out of all the incredible people in the world i was chosen by God to be your mom❤️! The day that you and your sister entered this world were the two best days of my life , hands down !! It is a privilege to have carried you two in this body ❤️ Enjoy your B-Day !!! No one deserves it more !! I love you Mom❤️❤️❤️❤️

A post shared by Tina Knowles (@mstinalawson) on Sep 3, 2018 at 6:35pm PDT

The superstar turns 37 today.

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter likely will manage to celebrate in some epic way, as she and husband Jay-Z (Shawn) Carter take a short break from their “On the Run II” tour.

The mom of three and glamour queen has, along with her husband, built a billion-dollar musical empire.

The couple also have established a charitable foundation that is helping to provide college scholarships to deserving teens in tour stop cities.

A Houston, Texas native, Beyoncé’s career began as a child, performing in singing and dancing competitions. In the late 1990s, she fronted the popular rhythm and blues all-female group Destiny’s Child .

She soon joined the list of celebrities referred to with – and known by – a single name:

Madonna.

Cher.

Taylor.

Beyoncé.

She’s since gone on to achieve a wildly successful career as a solo artist and with her husband.

Her birthday is an unofficial holiday for her fans, many of whom posted greetings on social media with #BeyDay.

Wherever she is today, Beyoncé may be enjoying some rare free time on her birthday.

The “On The Run II” tour made a stop in Miami on Aug. 31, and will resume Sept. 11 in Arlington, Texas.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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