Beyonce's six-year-old daughter is already an "amazing artist and creator".

The 'Texas Hold 'Em' hitmaker has 12-year-old Blue Ivy and twins Rumi and Sir with husband Jay-Z and her own mom, Tina Knowles, has revealed the youngest children are very different from one another but have already found their passions in life.

Tina gushed to E! News: "Rumi is amazing - an amazing artist, painter and creator. How could they be anything else growing up in that environment? All we talk about is creativity and fashion."

Explaining Sir is more reserved than his sisters, Tina described the boy as "very, very smart" and added: "Sir is very quiet. He does all of the numbers stuff, so he's not into fashion as much."

Meanwhile, the showbiz matriarch admitted she was "very excited" by Beyonce's move into country music.

She said: "We're from Texas. We've been part of that culture for a long time and I was very excited about it."

Hailing her daughter's new album, 'Cowboy Carter', a "nice history lesson" for fans, she added: "She has this way of doing things subtly but educating, and so I'm really proud of that."

As well as making history as the youngest woman to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 for her feature on Beyoncé's 'Protector' - a record previously held by Blue Ivy, who was seven when she featured on her mother's 'Brown Skin Girl' in 2019 - Rumi also helped the former Destiny's Child singer launch her 'Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce' concert film in November.

The 43-year-old star told her daughter in a video clip: “Rumi, now I’ll teach you a trick. You gotta turn it to the side.”

Rumi is heard exclaiming: “Side!” as the phone turned, before Beyoncé says: “Yeah, there we go.”

The preview was shared during NBC’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday (23.11.23), at which Grammy-winner Beyoncé wished her fans a happy holiday.

She said in a pre-recorded video message: “Hey, it’s Beyoncé, wishing you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving. I’m so honoured to share with you first look at the new ‘Renaissance’ film trailer.”