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Kelly Rowland dances with baby son Noah to Beyonce’s new song and it is adorable

Kelly Rowland is as big a fan of Beyonce as the rest of us, and we are here for it.

The Love Takes Over singer, 41, and Single Ladies hitmaker, 40, shot to fame together in the 1990s through the iconic girl group Destiny’s Child.

Along with Michelle Williams, they formed a strong bond that has lasted decades – and Kelly is as buzzing as the rest of us to see Bey back.

This week, Beyonce thrilled fans by dropping a brand new track out of nowhere, shortly after announcing her new album, Renaissance, would be released later this summer.

New song Break My Soul – her first track since Be Alive, for the King Richard soundtrack – is a proper sound-of-the-summer feel-good banger – and the Beyhive aren’t the only ones enjoying it.

On Tuesday, Kelly took to Instagram where she shared a video of herself dancing around the house to the new song, her baby son Noah in her arms.

Kelly and Noah are as buzzing about Bey’s new song as the rest of us (Picture: Kelly Rowland/ Instagram)

In the sweet clip, mum-of-two Kelly lipsyncs along to the song and gives baby Noah a kiss on the cheek as she swings him to the beat, both mother and son grinning at the camera.

Kelly welcomed Noah in January 2021, her second child with husband Tim Weatherspoon; they also share son Titan, six.

Despite the strict quarantine laws that were in place at the time thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kelly was adamant she wanted her former Destiny’s Child bandmates around for the birth of her son.

And so the pair watched her deliver Noah over Zoom – as was the style at the time.

The star previously heaped praise on besties Beyonce and Michelle, calling their bond ‘a gift’.

She revealed to People at the time that her friends were ‘able to see Noah come into the world,’ adding: ‘It was beautiful.’

Michelle recently sent fans into a frenzy when she hinted at a Destiny’s Child reunion, admitting it could be ‘on our mind.’

She added, to the New York Post: ‘As naturally as we talk about so many other things, when the time is right, it will naturally come up in conversation somehow.

‘We have fun together when we do decide to work with each other in that capacity.

‘I don’t think either of us is opposed to it. It’s just, what’s the right opportunity? ‘

 


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