Beyonce has returned to her hometown of Houston, Texas, to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
The singer, 36, was accompanied by her daughter Blue Ivy, mother Tina and her Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams as they volunteered on a production line giving out meals to families affected by the floods.
Beyonce posted a picture of herself hard at work while Tina uploaded a video of her superstar daughter serving green beans into polystyrene containers.
Wow !! How great was this day ? this is our third stop first we went to St. John's and along with Pastor Rudy . Beyonce Sponsored a luncheon for 400 folks some of the people affected by harvey and had a short program motivation to try tol encourage them and love on them. Second stop we went to the George R Brown convention center , where we talk to some of the residents about the needs and toured the facility Third stop we traveled to accompany one of lHouston's Best real life Heroes Trae That Truth to serve food to the residents of this complex ! This man delivers supplies that were donated by generous people like you . It was fun unloading the truck and organizing the sizes . Please keep the donations coming! .❤️❤️ Thats Michelle Williams at the beginning of line, serving the chicken , Beyonce on Green beans and me on bread duty. Ingrid over there serving deserts.
She wrote in the caption: ‘Thats Michelle Williams at the beginning of line, serving the chicken , Beyonce on Green beans and me on bread duty. Ingrid over there serving deserts.’
Tina revealed that it was their third stop of the day – earlier Beyonce had sponsored a luncheon for 400 people affected by the hurricane at her local church, St John’s, and also visited the George R Brown convention centre to talk to residents.
In another video of her trip to St John’s church, Beyonce is seen telling the congregation: ‘This today is a celebration of survival.
‘Y’all are my family. Houston is my home. I thank God that y’all are safe; that your children are safe. The thing that really matters is your health and your children and your family. And you got it.’
Many thousands of residents have already sought shelter after the category-4 storm hit on August 25 (with that number expected to rise) and at least 60 have died.