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PHOTOS: Beyoncé through the years

PHOTOS: Beyoncé through the years

DESTINY'S CHILD: Destiny has shined brightly on Beyoncé since her debut more than a decade ago. Photo: Associated Press

From Destiny’s Child diva to Mrs. Carter to friends with the First Lady of the United States, Beyoncé has come a long way.

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