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Beyoncé stuns in figure-hugging animal-print outfit and thigh-high boots

Monica Otayza
Jun 07, 2018
10:57 A.M.
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Beyonce just kicked off her joint tour with husband Jay-Z, and she showed her fans a glimpse of her exotic costume changes on Instagram, which includes a body-hugging cheetah printed corset an coat. 

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Despite having trouble with their marriage in the past, Beyonce and Jay-Z have been proving doubters wrong by going on their "On The Run II" tour together, which opened in Cardiff, UK, last Wednesday. 

And while people expected a bit of coldness between the two, the show ended up being a two-and-a-half hour display of affection. 

According to BBC, the power couple sang almost 40 hits, from "Crazy In Love" to "99 Problems", all while flirting, teasing, and holding hands with each other. 

At one point, Beyonce danced towards Jay-Z and started twerking, making him giggle. When Jay wrapped about "the rock on your finger" in Upgrade U, Bey flashed her wedding ring and smiled a big goofy grin. 

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While the entire show was exciting in itself, what makes it even better are Beyonce's outfit changes. 

The superstar decided to give her fans a glimpse of how she is set to look throughout the show, which included a bit of exotic pieces. 

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Aside from her cheetah outfit, Beyonce also puts on a Gucci-themed outfit which includes a hooded cape and matching Gucci knee-high boots. She also wore a pair of denim shorts and a white tank, adorned in diamond crystals. 

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Of course, the show would not be complete without complementing outfits from the couple, with one being an elegant ensemble of diamonds and all things white. 

Beyonce and Jay-Z got married in a private wedding on April 4, 2008. They share three children together, Blue Ivy Carter, 6, and Rumi and Sir Carter, 11 months. The couple went through a rough patch after Jay-Z's affair, but have since reconciled and have been working on their relationship since then. 

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