Beyonce releases new merch for Valentine’s Day

If you’re looking for a new Valentine’s Day present, look no further than Beyonce’s new line of Valentine-themes merchandise.

The Hollywood Reporter dished on the new merch: There’s three new phone cases and plenty of new clothes to pick from. So you might want to send that special someone a link to Queen Bey’s website to drop a not-so-subtle hint. Or maybe you should just go ahead and buy it all for yourself anyway.

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With everything from a “Bey Mine” phone case to a “Bootylicious” pair of shorts, there’s plenty to chose from for gifts. Plus, the website has some ideas for non-Valentine’s shopping options. There’s still plenty to choose from if you want to show your love for “Lemonade,” and the site even has some Christmas stuff up.

Of course, when Beyonce dropped the new merch, the Beyhive was thrilled to pieces and took to Twitter to say as much.

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Queen Bey continues to reign

Of course, it’s not just the business world that Beyonce is ruling.

With “Perfect Duet,” a collaboration with Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé has her first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts since “Single Ladies” nine years ago.

And then there’s her adorable family, who totally stole the show for a moment during the Grammys when Blue Ivy tried to get her parents to tone it back a notch.

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The little six-year-old is already an awards show vet, and she was sure to remind her parents to mind their manners.

Seemingly bothered by her parents clapping for Camila Cabello’s speech, Blue motioned for each of her parents to settle down. No doubt her parents have told her about the importance of being still and quiet when someone is speaking. Blue, who is now a big sister to twins and understands a thing or two about responsibility, was perhaps simply reminding her parents to be respectful of Cabello’s time on the stage.

Basically, the Carter family is winning at everything but awards shows right now.