Beyoncé is notorious for keeping her private life, private. But she recently gave us a deeper look for January's issue of Elle and is showing off her wit like never before. The in-depth interview has captured everyone's heart and is a true example of girl power. 

So ahead, check out everything Queen Bey had to say about Snapchat, miscarriages, and the importance of surrounding yourself with strong women.

Beyoncé is gracing the cover of Elle, and the Beyhive is celebrating. 

Fans rose this morning to the exciting news. "For ELLE’s January 2020 issue, @beyonce offers a rare opportunity for fans: Full access. In an intimate #AMA session with her Beyhive, the superstar opens up about motherhood, self-care, and her new #IVYPARK x @adidas partnership. Link in bio for the full cover story and shoot, photographed by her ‘Formation’ collaborator and ‘Queen & Slim’ director @msmelina," Elle announced on its Instagram.

And while the photos are mesmerizing, what really has people talking is the way she trolls fans throughout the interview. 

When asked about putting her Formation tour to DVD, she had a simple response inspired by the late Prince. 

"Years ago, I asked Prince to record my rehearsal with him for our Grammy performance," she said. "He said, 'You don’t need to record that. You own that in your mind.' Haaaaaaa! Prince always knew best! So you can always watch the Formation World Tour in your mind; you own that!"

Well sheesh, sis.

And of course, Vogue asked what everyone has been dying to know. 

Constantly posting selfies with Snapchat filters, I think just about everyone is dying to be her friend on Snapchat. 

"I hate to say it, I hope I don’t sound ridiculous, but I don’t know what my Snapchat is. Sorry to that, Snapchat," she hilariously responded, taking a note from Keke Palmer. 

And when she wasn't being witty, she got real about her struggles with fertility. 

“Having miscarriages taught me that I had to mother myself before I could be a mother to someone else," she said. "Then I had Blue, and the quest for my purpose became so much deeper. I died and was reborn in my relationship, and the quest for self became even stronger. It’s difficult for me to go backwards.” 

Best of all, the spread was shot by longtime friend Melina Matsoukas, who directed the famous "Formation" video and most recently the film Queen & Slim

Beyoncé sang the praises of her friend: "Melina Matsoukas has inspired me to own and redefine what it means to be a director," she says. "As a woman, if you are too opinionated, too strong-willed, too anything, you are disregarded. I’ve seen this happen to Melina, but she handles it with respect and grace. Melina is a rarity; she has the sensibility to understand fashion, photography, storytelling, history, and culture and is able to seamlessly incorporate those components into her work. I have trusted Melina for over a decade and created some of my best work with her—from visuals for my music to tour content and now a fashion shoot. I was so excited to work with her on this shoot for ELLE, because working with Melina is effortless."