Beyonce displays barely an ounce of baby weight as she slips her post-pregnancy figure into floral high-waisted trousers
10:31 GMT, 23 March 2012
She only gave birth to her baby Blue Ivy a little over two months ago.
And Beyonce appears to have snapped right back into shape at a lightening fast pace.
The 30-year-old singer revealed her slender post-pregnancy figure as she stepped out in a pair of pretty floral printed trousers today.
Trim and terrific: New mother Beyonce appeared to have barely an ounce of baby weight on her post-pregnancy frame as she slipped into some floral trousers as she headed out in New York today
The high-waisted harem-style trousers, belted at the waist, accentuated her impossibly flat stomach.
She paired the look with a black open-neck shirt and added a pop of colour with some bright yellow stilettos.
The glowing new mother beamed as she made her way to an office building, accompanied by a burly bodyguard.
Looking good: The high-waisted harem-style trousers, belted at the waist, accentuated her impossibly flat stomach
Beyonce is clearly benefiting from the post-pregnancy glow, as her complexion was flawless in minimal make-up.
This week the singer revealed that she had plans to return to the stage.
She announced her intention to perform three concerts in Atlantic City this coming May.
She will perform as part of the unveiling of the $2.4 billion Revel Resorts over Memorial Day weekend.
Blue for Ivy: Earlier this month, the new mother is attending a fundraising event for President Obama at the Greenwich Hotel
Her husband, rapper Jay-Z, also owns the 40/40 club in Atlantic City.
Meanwhile, the much admired star has fallen victim to an apparent swipe from fellow singer Katy Perry.
After singing a cover of a Jay-Z track it seems that Perry took aim at his wife Beyonce.
Looking good B! Beyonc wore a stunning Victoria Beckham dress to Michelle Obama's fundraiser in New York City
The California Gurl singer was talking
about her upcoming collaboration with Rihanna – saying she wanted their
track to be 'iconic'.
Taking aim: Meanwhile, the much admired star has fallen victim to an apparent swipe from fellow singer Katy Perry
Perry then went on to cite Beyonce and Shakira's 2007 song Beautiful Liar – suggesting it would not stand the test of time.
After performing a cover of Jay-Z and
Kanye West's song N**gas in Paris on the UK's Radio 1, Perry explained
how she and Rihanna 'collaborate on a lot of things, just not songs yet'
adding, 'we have a great friendship'.
Referring to their upcoming collaboration she said: 'Its' one of those things where it's gotten so much build up that if we don't' deliver, like, the best song… We're both busy, but we planted a seed two years ago, we're just looking for that special one.
'How disappointed would you be if that song came out and it wasn't that good So sometimes you have to wait for greatness.'
Perry explained she would like the track to be iconic and empowering, rather than sexy, like Shakira and Beyonce's Beautiful Liar.
She added: 'I was telling her, you know the Eurythmics song featuring Aretha Franklin, Sisters are Doing it for Themselves… That's like the kind of song which I'd like to do, rather than Beautiful Liar'.
She then attempted to backtrack, adding: 'Although that is still a great song… I loved that but I definitely want to do something which is iconic.'