Here's a Look at Beyoncé's Many Themed Christmas Trees

Plus, Bey dressed as a sexy reindeer.

'Tis the season for celebrities to wow us with their extravagant decor. While you're over there trimming your one lonely little tree, Kim Kardashian is busy recreating Rockefeller Center in her foyer (opens in new tab), and Beyoncé is absolutely slaying the game when it comes to holiday spirit.

Bey hopped on Instagram on Saturday night to show off her festive flair with a very merry video:

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The clip, set to the classic Christmas tune "Sleigh Ride," features a series of photos of the singer dressed in a plunging navy mini dress as she poses and prances in her reindeer antlers.

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The slideshow gives us a peek at her holiday decorations as well, including her three perfectly appointed Christmas trees. There's the gigantic, ultra-glam evergreen decked out in sparkling purple and silver ornaments:

And another inspired by one of the only good things to come out of 2016: Lemonade. (Obviously.)

Blue Ivy, lucky little four-year-old that she is, got her own Christmas tree—a girlish pink-and-green tree adorned with shiny glass globes and a variety of ornaments from Disney princesses and ballerinas to feathered birds and frosted cakes that look good enough to eat.

Did you honestly expect anything less from a Queen B Christmas?

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Sarah Lindig
Sarah Lindig

I am an experienced editor, writer, and creative strategist, specializing in fashion, beauty, and lifestyle content for digital media outlets, as well as video and social platforms. While I currently operate as a freelance contributor/consultant, with such clients as The Zoe Report, my 10+-year background in the industry was cultivated at the dot-coms of elite publications, including Harper’s BAZAAR, ELLE, and Marie Claire.