Beyonce Jumps Off Yacht in Swimsuit, Jay Z Captures Special Moment: Photos

Ein von Beyoncé (@beyonce) gepostetes Foto am Jan 14, 2015 at 5:37 PST

Taking the plunge! Beyonce embraced adventure on Wednesday, Jan. 14, sharing a series of photos in which she jumped off her yacht into the ocean.

The singing sensation's stunt was chronicled by her husband Jay Z — clad in a crisp white button-down — who held a professional camera on the deck of the boat to capture the moment.

In the snapshots, Bey wears a multi-print, one-piece swimsuit by Camilla (currently on sale for $239), which includes a black and white bodice and teal bottom. She leaps off the boat with her arms up in the air and draws her legs in to gain speed as she flings herself toward the water.

The "Love on Top" singer also posted a photo from her exploration of a colorful painted boat carrying passengers.

A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Jan 14, 2015 at 5:45pm PST

Earlier this past week, the songstress shared a photo of herself wearing a colorful V-neck kaftan (also by Camilla) in a local village. 

Une photo publiée par Beyoncé (@beyonce) le Janv. 13, 2015 at 5:37 PST

Her latest updates from the Carter family's ongoing vacation in southeast Asia come several days after she posted a cryptic snap to Instagram that sparked pregnancy rumors. The image featured Bey, buried in the sand with her stomach suspiciously molded into a rather oversized shape. Blue Ivy, 3, played on the sand beside her famous mom, who simply grinned in the photo.

One day later, her Destiny's Child sister and best friend Michelle Williams squashed pregnancy rumors. "You know, when she was pregnant, people said that she wasn't pregnant," Williams said on The View on Monday, Jan. 11. "You know, it's just no truth to it. Sorry!"

She continued: "If you look at the picture, the baby bump is, like, where her knees probably really are so that's pretty."

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