Beyoncé might have shunned the spotlight following the birth of her twin babies Rumi and Sir Carter a month ago, but it appears she's now keen to let her fans have a sneak-peek into what family life is like at home with the Carters.
In a new 600-page coffee table book titled How To Make Lemonade, the 35-year-old mother-of-three documents the making of her hit 2016 visual album Lemonade and 'shows the inspiration and themes behind some of the film's most provocative and cryptic moments', according to E! News.
The pictures show her husband Jay-Z embracing their daughter Blue Ivy Carter in a hug, photos of Queen B performing with her backup dancers during the 2016 Super Bowl, and behind-the-scenes images from the filming of music videos such as 'Formation', 'Sorry', and 'Freedom'.
Beyoncé's musings and lyrics are scribbled throughout the book, and it also features a foreword written by Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and poetry by Warsan Shire, the Somali-British poet whose prose is read throughout the album.
The How To Make Lemonade box set also includes a double vinyl LP, and audio and visual album downloads.
Sadly, it's selling for a whopping $299.98 so, for now, we'll just have to scroll through the pictures below to get our daily Beyoncé fix.