Beyoncé's beehive fandom has a new all-star member, and her name is Ryleigh Madison Hampton.

The 4-year-old model adorably channeled the iconic singer's showcase of her latest Adidas x Ivy Park collection.

"They didn't have these Ivy Park x Icy Park looks in my size, so we had to make our own," @its_allry_ captioned a montage photo of her showing off the looks.

She also tagged Beyoncé, sharing that she needs the looks in size 4T.

Throughout the series of photos, Hampton is seen doing similar poses to Beyoncé and wearing six different brown and beige outfits like her.

"We were inspired to do this photoshoot when we saw Beyoncé's beautiful Ivy Park x Icy Park line," Ryleigh's aunt, Zoe Hampton, who creatively directed the photoshoot told "GMA." "The clothes and her looks were absolutely amazing, but they were not in Ryleigh's size. We thought it would be a really fun idea to try to recreate these looks."

"Ryleigh is always singing along to Beyonce's song 'Brown Skin Girl,' and we knew she would be more than happy to do this shoot," Hampton said.

Many of the looks were created thanks to Ryleigh's grandmother, Sheila Hampton, who designed handmade gloves as well as the scarf, hat and jacket she's seen wearing.

Both the gloves and shirt Ryleigh wore are made out of a pair of leather pants.

"Ryleigh is an amazing model, and she was able to pull off all six of these looks in about two and half hours," Hampton said. "Once we put on a little Prince and Micheal Jackson, it was smooth sailing from there. She was really in her zone."

This isn't the first time Ryleigh has caught the attention of many. In January, she went viral after channeling Michelle Obama's presidential inauguration look.

The former first lady reposted and captioned the photo, saying, "You nailed it."

Ryleigh has also dressed as Vice President Kamala Harris and plans to continue modeling.

"I think in a nutshell that picture shows that representation matters, what your kids see, hear, watch on TV and tablets is important," Ryleigh's grandmother previously told "GMA." "It's important that we don't rely on the media or anyone else to show our kids positive images, we as parents and family members have a responsibility to make sure they see them."