The six-year-old daughter of Beyonce and Jay-Z joined her famous parents at the Wearable Art Gala - which was organised by the "Formation" hitmaker's mother, Tina Lawson, and her husband Richard - at the Alexandria Ballrooms in Los Angeles, and a piece of art caught her eye when it went under the hammer.
Wearing a gorgeous matching gold dress with her mum Beyoncé, 36, Blue Ivy was out to prove expensive taste runs in the family by placing two bids on an acrylic painting by acclaimed artist Sidney Poitier. "You know Miss Tina told me all of this". Beyonce and Blue Ivy matched in gold ensembles, with the latter rocking a gold headpiece.
But Blue was undaunted; after Tyler Perry but in a bid $1,000 higher, she upped hers to $19,000.
In her speech, she also touched on why her charitable works are less publicized than those of her peers saying, "I keep it quiet because I actually feel like I could be doing more.and I think the reason I feel weird reeciving this award from my mother tonight is I think I should be giving her an award". At one point, Blue Ivy even attempted to outbid herself.
Video footage captured proud dad, Jay-Z hilariously trying to stop Blue Ivy from raising her paddle when the bid on an item began at $17,000. The youngster successfully bid $10,000 for a Samuel Levi Jones artwork, according to Vanity Fair.
The evening's theme was "From WACO to Wakanda" so attendees dressed in clothes inspired by box office juggernaut Black Panther.