As we all know, Jay-Z's latest album 4:44, appears to be a major public apology to the leading lady in his life, Beyoncé, for his past indiscretions alluded to on her album Lemonade.
In the album's title track 4:44, the rapper takes the time to deliver an open apology to his wife of almost 10 years about his alleged womanising.
The lyrics include: 'I apologise, often womanise, took my child to be born, see through a woman's eyes. Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles. Took me too long for this song. I don't deserve you.
And it appears Beyoncé fully supports Jay's latest musical endeavour, if her recent footwear is anything to go by.
Yesterday, the new mother sported a white Stella McCartney T-shirt dress, with a matching cap for a mini photoshoot on a balcony, before sitting in on her husband's 4:44 studio rehearsal.
In a montage of snaps, the 'Formation' singer accessorised her look with an Off White black purse bag with a yellow strap and a pair of 4:44 Puma trainers.
The peach-hued trainers shoes are adorably printed with the 4:44 track list on the insole of the shoe, and were the perfect accessory for Beyoncé to showing off her pride for her hubby's new project.
The shoes were created in collaboration with Puma to commemorate the rapper's thirteenth and latest album and will be available for purchase around the time the star's new tour launches.
Only 44 pairs of the shoe were made, so it makes sense Bey had first dibs.
I mean, she is Queen B after all.