Singer Beyoncé just wouldn’t slow down even as the due date for her twins is fast approaching.
Last week, the 35-year-old singer and actress posted some photos of her sporting some Michael Jackson-themed costume on her official website. She also posted the images on her Instagram account. The photos were taken a month ago during the 36th birthday celebration of Hollywood star Jessica Alba.
The photos show Beyoncé wearing an iconic black Gladyz Tamez Millenery hat. This is the same had that Jackson used to wear while donning a black dress underneath a jacket. According to a report by PEOPLE, the Any Old Iron rhinestone jacket costs $4,950.
Furthermore, she also captioned one of the photos on Instagram. In her post, she said, “Flashback to an MJ+Prince party, crystals and ruffles, and a screw mix by Derek Dixie.” The post already has 2.2 million views and received over 4,500 comments from her followers.
Aside from Beyoncé, other stars like Nicole Richie, Benji Madden, and Shay Mitchell also graced Alba’s party. Cash Warren, Jaime King, and Kelly Rowland were also present at the gathering. Beyoncé celebrated with her friends and family the upcoming arrival of her twins during her husband Jay Z’s “Carter Push Party.”
Additionally, Beyoncé celebrated with her friends and family the upcoming arrival of her twins during her husband Jay Z’s “Carter Push Party.”
Earlier this month, Forbes listed Beyoncé as one of America’s Wealthiest Self-Made Women after amassing a total of $350 million. Jay Z, on the other hand, also took a spot on Forbes’ Hip-Hop’s Wealthiest Artists of 2017 list. He had $810 million listed under his name. With their respective wealth combined, the couple has already hit the billion dollar mark at $1.16B.
“I’m never satisfied. I’ve never met anyone that works harder than me in my industry,” shared Beyoncé in an earlier interview with Forbes. In addition, Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour” in 2016 generated $250 million, which significantly contributed to the growth of her wealth.
As for her husband, the rapper recently signed a 10-year, $200 million deal with Live Nation.