Beyoncé, also known as Queen Bey, has been on top of the music world ever since she debuted in the girl’s group Destiny’s Child. Her mother, Tina Knowles, had a lot to do with the success of her daughter.
Once Beyoncé expressed her desire to become a singer and dancer, she enrolled her in classes and competitions. Beyoncé was very lucky to have a mother that believed in her dream and motivated her to become the woman she is today.
Ice Cube & O’Shea Jackson Jr.
O'Shea Jackson Sr., also known by the moniker Ice Cube, is the former gangsta rapper from the hip hop group N.W.A., turned actor, businessman, and most importantly, father. His son, O’Shea Jackson Jr., is also a gifted actor and musician.
In 2015, O’Shea Jackson Jr. got a chance to depict his father in the biopic, Straight Outta Compton. The film was critically acclaimed.
Alan Thicke & Robin Thicke
Alan Thicke is another Canadian entertainer on the list. He was a beloved comedian, talk show host, and of course, actor! In 2016, Alan died suddenly after falling at an ice-skating rink at the age of 69.
His son, Robin Thicke, is also a great entertainer. He's a singer, songwriter, and actor. And not to forget - the creator of one the most groovy love songs ever, "Lost Without You."
Karen Clancy & Abbey Clancy
Abbey Clancy is a British model that rose to fame after she appeared on the reality TV show, "Britain's Next Top Model." In 2016 she was also able to add 'author' to her resume when she published her first book, "Remember My Name."
Karen Clancy, Abby's mother has always been supportive of her daughter's career. And we, and surely Abby, are thankful to her for passing down those amazing genes of hers.
Heidi Klum & Helene Klum
Heidi Klum is a German-American model-turned-modern-day Renaissance woman. Among her many business ventures, her fans love seeing her as a judge on the American talent show competition, America's Got Talent. She's been on the show since 2013.
When asked if little Helene will be following in her mother's footsteps, she said "[Leni] wants to dance right now. I'm letting her do what she wants to do. I'm not putting any seeds in my kids' heads about what they should do. I want them to come up with their own things."