Is this a picture of Beyoncé shopping at Mothercare Singer causes chaos as she's spotted with Blue Ivy in Newbury store
16:55 GMT, 22 April 2013
06:44 GMT, 23 April 2013
She's got her pick of designer clothes for daughter Blue Ivy, but Beyoncé still can't resist the lure of the British high street.
The 31-year-old singer was pictured stocking up on items at the Mothercare store at a retail park in Newbury, Berkshire, over the weekend.
Staff and customers in the store were left stunned by the sight of the singer, with a grainy CCTV image posted to Twitter showing the hitmaker holding her daughter Blue Ivy.
Is this Beyoncé A CCTV image posted to Twitter shows a woman in a hooded jumper that is thought to be the singer with her daughter Blue Ivy
Store manager Lesley Theobald said that although she was not working at the weekend,
she could confirm that the superstar visited the store.
She said: 'We can confirm that she was in the store but we respect her privacy as a new mum.'
'If she wants to come in again, we would love to see her.'
Not the most glamorous shopping destination: The 31-year-old singer visited the store in Newbury on Saturday
Taking a break: The 31-year-old singer popped into the retail park on her day off form her world tour. On Sunday she performed in Amsterdam
A spokesperson for the singer was unavailable for comment on Monday.
The singer, who is currently on her Mrs Carter world tour performed in Slovakia on Friday before making a flying visit to the UK and the Mothercare store.
The five-time Grammy Award winner was seen at the airport in Bratislava on Friday wearing a hooded jumper, that appeared to be the same as the one in the CCTV footage.
There was no rest for Beyoncé, who performed in Amsterdam on Sunday night.
Hood up: The singer was spied in Bratislava on Friday wearing a hooded jumper as she arrived at the airport
Racy: The performer has wowed on stage with a number of controversial outfits including this bodysuit complete with protruding nipples, while on tour
The performer kicked off her world tour in
Belgrade, Serbia and has been wearing lots of racy outfits on stage
includes designs by Emilio Pucci, Julien Macdonald, Dsquared2 and Ralph
Beyoncé will travel across Europe, North America and South America for the tour.
The Crazy In Love hitmaker had been
due to play eight English shows starting April 29th and more May, but
following popular demand she has now added three more gigs to her tour.
Australia, Asia and Latin America will be included on the second leg of the tour, which will run for over a year.
Her last show is scheduled for September 13 in Brazil.