Jay Z and Blue Ivy danced to Beyoncé's performance in the audience before they presented the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award to the singer on stage. The sight of her husband and daughter brought Beyoncé to tears, and she met Jay Z and Blue Ivy with a hug and kiss.
"I'm so full," she said as she accepted the award. "I have nothing to say, but I feel so much gratitude. I thank God for this moment."
"Boo boo I love you, my beloved I love you," she declared before the trio walked off stage.
Divorce reports have dogged Beyoncé and Jay Z for months, but the tearful moment appears to have put some of the rumors to rest. The singer's mother, Tina Knowles, spoke to TMZ ahead of the ceremony, and told the website "everything is perfect" between the couple.
Beyoncé won big at the 2014 VMAs on Sunday, taking home Best Video with a Social Message and Best Cinematography for "Pretty Hurts" and Best Collaboration with Jay Z for "Drunk in Love," in addition to the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.