Beyoncé's Euro Trip: $19,000 Penthouse, $700,000 Yacht — and Mommy-and-Me Gucci
It’s Beyoncé, so of course her vacation slayed.
Yes, Bey, Jay Z, and little Blue Ivy took Europe by storm this summer and documented the whole thing — of course, in seamlessly curated fashion. Jay Z even got called out for being an "Instagram husband" — usually used to describe a blogger's well-trained partner who patiently snaps away while she poses — by various media outlets when Bey shared a photo with Jay clearly in the background!
Beyoncé's on her "Formation" tour now, and took some time off from work to play, as one does. Up first? Paris.Looks like they worked out all their Lemonade drama. Or if not, at least a bottle of bubbly with Eiffel tower views is bound to make any couple feel the love in the moment!
Beyoncé posted this funny video of her and her “best friend” in a whimsical photo collage showing mommy and daughter Blue Ivy wearing matching Gucci dresses. They didn’t have to leave their hotel for these epic shots either: They stayed in the penthouse at the Shangri-La, which goes for $19,000 a night. This splurge for Beyoncé might be the equivalent of someone else springing for the extra guacamole — a minor decision — but we digress.
They stopped through Nice and Beyoncé posted a tribute to the recent tragedy on her Instagram. They enjoyed the beach there and went to dinner at La Petite Maison, a famous local restaurant.
The family then popped down to Monaco and Cannes in the South of France, and rented a luxurious yacht to explore the French Riviera by sea. They went all the way down the coast to Italy, spending two weeks on this yacht with a crew of 14 — at a rumored price tag of $700,000.
Bey had to play a show in the middle of her vacay in Milan, but was back on vacation right after in Lake Como. The famous couple rented a bright red convertible... because they are still Bonnie and Clyde after all.
They also hung out in Stockholm, Brussels, Frankfurt, and Barcelona — to name a few cities. This epic vacation did combine work and play — but we'd say it's not a bad way to spend two weeks between shows, not to mention a boatload of cash.
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