Beyoncé has lost more than $1million worth of valuables following a raid at her storage units, it has been reported.
According to TMZ, the singer’s lockups in Los Angeles were hit twice by thieves earlier this month with culprits making off with designer dresses and handbags.
The US site claims that the storage units are rented out by Bey’s production company Parkwood Entertainment, but the stolen items all belong to the Lemonade hitmaker.
Sources told the publication that burglars returned within a week and broke into three storage units in the same facility.
The thieves are said to have made off with handbags, kids toys and photos belonging to Beyoncé’s stylist.
Law enforcement officers told TMZ that LAPD are investigating with no arrests made yet.
Mirror online has contacted Beyoncé’s representatives for comment.
The news is set to come as a huge blow to the singer after a triumphant start to the month where she won a record-breaking number of Grammy Awards.
Beyoncé’s collection of accolades now stands at an impressive 28.
The total makes Beyoncé the most-awarded woman in Grammy history, overtaking bluegrass singer Alison Krauss.
“I am so honoured, I’m so excited,”Beyoncé said while picking up the award for best R&B performance.
After the ceremony was over, the singer headed out to celebrate with husband Jay-Z.
Bey swapped her little black dress for a stunning metallic gown as the iconic duo hit up an after party in Beverly Hills.
When they got home, the couple showed their eldest daughter Blue Ivy celebrating the family’s success by using one of the awards as a sippy cup.
Nine-year-old Blue won a Grammy for Best Music Video after starring in mum Beyoncé Brown Skin Girl video.
Bey posted a picture of her daughter taking a drink out of the statue while wearing a crown.
“I know my daughter is watching, two daughters and my son, y’all are all watching. Congratulations Blue. She won a Grammy tonight. I’m so proud of you, and I’m so honoured to be your mommy, all of your mommys,” Beyoncé said of her eldest child while accepting her record-breaking 28th Grammy.