Beyonce Rocks Tennis Skirt & Tiny Sweater on Grand Estate For Gorgeous New Photos

Beyonce Updates: Beyonce showed off her glamorous sporty tennis-style on her Instagram on Thursday, celebrating her ‘Be Alive’ song for the biopic ‘King Richard’ by Venus & Serena Williams.

Flawless! On Thursday, Beyonce posted a glamorous look on her Instagram. The 40-year-old released a biography of Venus and Serena Williams about famous tennis stars who wanted to be alive for King Richard.

The single ladies singer showed off her best country club chic with a pleated gray pinstripe tennis skirt paired with a light gray short sleeve sweater paired with Gucci tube socks and sporty white ivy sneakers in red, white, and green stripes.

Beyonce approached her style with cool shades and minimal jewelry, wearing her honey brand locks that were long and curly, and Gucci played with the small cross-body Ophia bag. The pop star posed with a bookcase and an English-style brick building where the Ivy League looks.

Beyonce Looks Stunning Tennis Skirt & Tiny Sweater


In true Beyonce style, he left the photo untitled, leaving fans wondering exactly where he is. However, the various photos he posted and the stylish look were still appreciated by the followers. Very beautiful! One fan wrote another said yes uncle. Many people filled the post with various fire and heart emojis showing their support for the beloved singer.

After being out of music for a while, The Mother of Three was released on November 12 for King Richard, starring Will Smith, highlighting the specialty of black women in lyrics to celebrate the exciting life story of Venus & Serena. Being alive is so good (I feel like it, so, so, so good) / I put all my sisters by my side (I got all my sisters by my side) / I could not clear this darkness if I tried (black if I tried, she was genius, in the chorus She sings.

That’s why I proudly raise my head / Now we are sitting on top of the world again. And then on the track, Beyonc, do you know how much we cried? / How hard did we have to fight?

King Richard debuts on November 19 in theaters and on HBO Max.

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