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Beyonce shopping at Target? Chrissy Teigen has the perfect reaction, like always
Photos surfaced appearing to show Beyonce at Target and people freaked. "Cravings" author Chrissy Teigen teased she knows why Queen Bey was there.
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Teigen did it again Tuesday when a mommy-shamer questioned why she was feeding her 5-month-old son, Miles, from a bottle instead of breastfeeding him. It all went down when Teigen's hubby, musician and actor John Legend, took to Instagram to share a sweet photo of his wife feeding Miles from a bottle.
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Photos allegedly showing a jumpsuit-clad Beyonce in the diaper aisle at Target surfaced online and people are freaking out.
As All the Moms wrote previously, Target is a respite, an entertainment center and a nirvana where you find things you didn't know you needed.
So why wouldn't Queen Bey — whose work is basically a musical equivalent to what Target gives us — go to the store?
Even Chrissy Teigen, who launched her own cookware line at Target in September, teased Beyonce about her shopping choices after the photos went viral.
The "Cravings" author, who of course has knives in her Target collection, wrote on : "Beyoncé you are so silly, I can just send you my new knives!!”"
Beyonce you are so silly, I can just send you my new knives!! https://t.co/J5KDaHtOSc— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen)
The "Drunk in Love" singer was photographed looking all kinds of fabulous in cat-eyed shades and an orange jumpsuit with her long hair worn in waves.
She was sauntering through an aisle stocked with Pampers, which tells us nothing about what she actually bought. But people in the Los Angeles-area Target were sorry to have missed her.
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One person speculated as to the curious angle of the photo and it made us laugh.
I can only assume this angle means the person taking the pic collapsed to the floor, which is a natural reaction upon seeing Beyoncé in Target. https://t.co/xvNi4ZtZ0M— Ariel Dumas (@ArielDumas)
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