Beyoncé makes Reese Witherspoon ‘newest member of Beyhive’ with surprise Ivy Park x Adidas gift

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Reese Witherspoon can proudly count herself a member of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter’s inner circle after receiving a surprise fashion gift from the multi Grammy Award-winning singer.

Beyoncé’s global sea of fans have been lying in wait for the release of the upcoming collaboration between her athleisure brand Ivy Park and sports retailer Adidas, which is due to become available on Saturday 18 January.

However, despite likely being able to afford the range 10 times over, some lucky A-listers were able to get their hands on pieces from the collection before the masses, including Big Little Lies star Witherspoon.

In a video shared on her Instagram account, the actor reveals she has received a large, bright orange, rectangular delivery on wheels.

At first, Witherspoon and her mother, Betty Reese, are unsure as to what the package could be, hypothesising that it could be a motorcycle or a work of art.

(Instagram/@reesewitherspoon)

Upon closer inspection, the Oscar winner discovers she has been sent what appears to be a walk-in wardrobe, containing items from the Ivy Park x Adidas range displayed on hangers.

After opening the delivery, Witherspoon proceeds to model the clothing as Beyoncé’s “Formation” plays in the background.

The 43-year-old dons pieces including sports leggings, trainers, jumpers, hats, a jumpsuit and a dres, while also showing her 21.1m Instagram followers a close-up view of the box’s interior.

(Instagram/@reesewitherspoon)

“Does this officially make me the newest member of the #Beyhive? Thank you, @Beyonce for the #IvyPark swag!” she wrote in the post’s caption.

Witherspoon wasn’t the only celebrity to receive a surprise Ivy Park x Adidas drop in the post.

Rapper Cardi B, Euphoria star Zendaya and model Hailey Bieber were also gifted items from the range by Beyoncé.

Several social media users expressed their envy over the exclusive deliveries.

“Me emailing Beyoncé to see if she sent my Ivy Park box to the wrong address,” one person tweeted.

“Brb thinking about how I could get Beyoncé to send me one of the Ivy Park PR packages,” another wrote.