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The Formation singer held her son and daughter in her hands during the photo shoot - even flashing her flat stomach in the picture.
Beyonce is also mom to five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy with Jay Z.
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And less than two months later, Beyonce has once again showed off her incredible post baby body.
The 35-year-old singer flashed her flat stomach in tiny shorts with a crop top before heading to Kendrick Lamar's concert on Sunday night.
Now, let’s look back at those worms that were put to death in boiling water.
Traditional southern Chinese silks are handmade in a closed-loop ecosystem, in which the silkworms that spin the superfine threads eat the leaves of mulberry trees planted by ponds, the fish in the ponds eat the worm poop, and in turn fertilize the mulberry trees.
She shared the album of pictures on her website, Beyonce.com, with the caption: The D**m. Beyonce also posted pictures from the concert, which took place at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.
Beyonce chose a loose fitting yellow Fila top that had long sleeves and a short hemline.
The Irreplaceable artist styled the summer look with a camouflage patterned jacket by Mistress Rocks that had a longer hemline and an oversized fit; it retails for 4.
The Grammy winner and her rapper beau married in 2008; they began dating after collaborating on the song 03 Bonnie & Clyde in 2002.
Published: October 12, 2017 Author: Alden Wicker Topics: Traditional Craftsmanship, Climate Change, Ecology, and Sustainability, Design, Fashion, and Lifestyle Materials: Plants, Cattle, Cotton, Plastic, Fabric, Leather, Trees, Fiber, Synthetics, Natural fibers, Chemicals, Worms, Animals In this exploration of the hidden stories behind materials such as wool and rayon, silk and polyester, and vegan leather, Alden Wicker—a frequent writer, blogger, and speaker on sustainable fashion—finds some inconvenient truths for the animal rights movement.