And though the images are breathtaking, one could argue that the interview itself is also a work of art. ESPECIALLY the part were she talks about her body after giving birth to Sir and Rumi last year.
She explained her body is "fuller" now, but she isn't in a rush to change that.
And not only did she acknowledge she has a FUPA, she said THEY ARE MEANT TO BE, LIKE, SHE LOVES IT.
And people — myself included — have never felt so seen.
And we're all now inspired to love our own FUPAS too.
Though some questioned the existence of her FUPA, they were still excited about Beyoncé opening up and talking about her body positively.
In the photo spread and cover, Beyoncé didn't go for a wig or extensions, and opted for very little makeup because she wants people to see the beauty in what they look like naturally. "I think it’s important for women and men to see and appreciate the beauty in their natural bodies," she explained. "That’s why I stripped away the wigs and hair extensions and used little makeup for this shoot," she told Vogue.
Honestly, I thought topping her Coachella performance would be near-impossible, but all this FUPA talk is making me rethink that. ALL HAIL QUEEN BEY!