Beyonce absolutely loves the attention and does not shy away from showing off what she’s got. The beauty left her fans drooling in her latest promotional campaign for her brand Ivy Park.

The 40-year old put on a stunning pink and red long sleeve catsuit with sultry mesh panels from the Adidas x Ivy Park Valentine’s Day collaboration. The singer captioned her post, ‘Bey Mine,’ read the caption. She also announced that the Ivy Heart collection is now available on the adidas website and in select stores globally.

Beyonce looked nothing short of phenomenal while she worked the camera. Her figure hugging catsuit perfectly highlighted her tiny waist and peachy derriere. She completed her look with a honey blonde bob and bright red lipstick. She also accessorized with red stilettos which added height to her busty frame.

The catsuit she modeled, retails for $140 and it’s environmentally friendly and made in part with recycled content ‘generated from production waste. Beyonce gave her fans much to appreciate while she showed off her ample assets from a variety of angles.

This latest photoshoot comes just days after she set pulses racing in a red jumpsuit from her brand which retails for $160. The creative take on the classic garment has three bold pink Adidas stripes on the leg, to stand out against the red color. It also had an elongated belt in the front, as well as classy shoulder pads.

Meanwhile, you can check out the latest snaps of her below.

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