Beyoncé sent fans into a spin as she unveiled her new clothing collection for her active wear brand Ivy Park.
The 39-year-old singer showcased her incredible figure in a mint green swimsuit to promote her Ivy Park x Adidas 'DRIP 2' collection.
In a promotional image released last week, the mum-of-three stunned as she crouched down in the clinging bodysuit and a pair of beige sock boots.
Queen Bey looked sensational as she posed on a white plinth in front of a computer-generated field of flowers.
The megastar crouched on one knee and wore a quirky pair of glasses featuring Ivy Park branding.
Her gorgeous locks cascaded in waves over her shoulders and the chart topper accentuated her natural beauty with a lick of expertly applied make-up.
In a photo posted to Instagram, she wrote: “#THISISMYPARK DRIP 2 October 30” as she teased fans with the release date of her new collection.
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Her previous collab - famous for its maroon and orange theme - was released back in January and proved a huge hit as pieces sold out across the world.
Beyoncé has been kept busy in recent months following the August release of her latest studio album, Black Is King.
As a visual album, it features appearances from her family, including Jay, their kids, and mum Tina.
Celeb pals Pharrell, Lupita Nyong'o and Naomi Campbell also show their faces, as does Bey's former Destiny's Child bandmate Kelly Rowland.
Following the release, the Single Ladies pop sensation - who is currently worth Sh43 billion (£305 million) through her music career and business ventures - enjoyed a period of social media silence.
She returned to the online world last month, with her resurfacing coming after Kanye West begged for a Destiny's Child reunion.
The rapper called for Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams to produce a "gospel album" with himself.
Kanye shared a video on Twitter playing the Christian gospel track Say Yes by Michelle, which featured Beyonce and Kelly.
He captioned the video: "SAY YES!!! We need to produce that Destiny's Child gospel album."