Top of the Shops: Beyonce enjoys FREE three-hour shopping spree in London's Topshop on Oxford Street

PUBLISHED: 13:28, 1 March 2014 | UPDATED: 16:48, 1 March 2014

She may have a wardrobe to die for, but it appears that Beyonce Knowles is also partial to a bit of budget-priced Topshop.
The chart-topping star, who is currently touring Europe, was personally invited by Sir Phillip Green to 'take whatever she wanted' from the store in Piccadilly Circus, central London.
And, according to The Sun, the Halo singer spent three hours browsing the store's flagship branch on Thursday.


American singer Beyonce Knowles took a private shopping spree through Sir Phillip Green's Topshop

The mother-of-one performed the first of her Mrs Carter World Tour shows in the city at the O2 Arena this week, so used the opportunity to take Green up on his offer.

A source revealed: 'Topshop boss Sir Philip Green had personally invited Beyoncé to go and take whatever she wanted.

'She decided to go on Thursday on a night off from her Mrs Carter Tour and took along her entourage and baby. Bey picked up clothes for herself, friends, family and her daughter, all for free.'

The source added that she also steered towards the new collection designed by supermodel Kate Moss.

The source told the Sun newspaper: 'The star and her team were also given a sneak peek of Kate Moss' new Topshop collection, due out later this year. By the time they left, unnoticed by passers by, and headed back to her hotel, it was gone midnight.'
And although her husband Jay-Z appeared on stage with her at London's O2, he opted out of the shopping trip.


Flagship store: Topshop's main premises in Oxford Street, London


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Perhaps he understood that Beyonce would've appreciated some focused retail therapy after being publicly criticised by actress Garcelle Beauvais.

According to the 47-year-old White House Down star, Queen Bey, 32, should 'take responsibility' for how her sexed-up image, with 'everything showing out, grinding,' affects young fans.
The twice-divorced mother of three expressed her views in an interview with

'For me, you’re obviously flattered when someone calls you sexy or thinks you’re sexy,' the stunning actress told the site. 'But for me now, there’s so many ways to be sexy without being overt about it.'
Possibly referring to Beyoncé's risque opening performance with her husband Jay Z at the Grammys, which raised the ire of parents, Garcelle said: 'I want to do it in a way that’s more classy. Certain things are just too overt for kids.'
A former model, the Haitian-born actress portrayed plenty of sexy characters a decade or so ago and was voted one of The 10 Sexiest Women of 2001 by the readers of Black Men Magazin

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