Known to be private, Queen Bey can sometimes surprise her fans with an interview or two. And this time, she’s decided to open up in Harper’s Bazaar’s September issue. Beyoncé is turning 40 next month–September 4–and was interviewed by Harper’s Bazaar to share her take on her journey and legacy thus far. The icon has rightfully earned the title of the greatest entertainer of our generation, but her titles also include mother, wife, sister, and someone who continues to fight for the impact she wants to have on the world.

Of course, the well-themed four covers were photographed by 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree, Campbell Addy and styled by Bazaar’s first Black editor-in-chief and 2021 TGU honoree, Samira Nasr. Beyoncé’s longtime stylist, Marni Senofonte also styled Queen Bey for the shoot alongside 2021 TGU honoree, Jawara who handled hair….

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