CNN — Beyoncé's husband Jay-Z has said his piece about the couple's controversial April trip to Cuba, and even President Obama has weighed in. (You know, he's got 99 problems and now Jay-Z's one.)
But, in the midst of her world tour, Queen Bey's pressed pause on the performances to speak up about the wedding anniversary vacay that turned into a political storm.
"It was such a beautiful trip. I met some incredible children," the pop star said in an interview with ABC News Monday. "I visited some incredible entrepreneurs. And it was really educational for me. I learned so much about so many people and the country."
Lately, it's Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy who's getting the global education. The singer's firstborn has accompanied her on tour stops in Paris, France, and one day Bey hopes that Blue won't be the only Knowles-Carter kid in tow.
"I would like more children," the 31-year-old said. "I think my daughter needs some company."
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