Kelly Rowland stunned in golden swimsuit: ‘I feel myself’

Kelly Rowland is a golden goddess!

On Wednesday, the 40-year-old singer shared several photos and videos of her rocking a gold one-piece swimsuit from female-owned swimwear brand Matte Collection. She really glowed as she took in the sun on a yacht with beautiful mountain views during her trip to Capri, Italy.

I’m feelin’ yourself, I’m feelin myyyyyyy,” she wrote in a post citing former Destiny Child group mate Beyoncé’s lines in the song “Feeling Myself” with Nicki Minaj.

Celebrity friends and fans flooded the response with praise.

“Wowwwwwww,” said La La Anthony.

“Wowwwwwww!!” Melanie Fiona wrote.

“Yes, Mom,” Tamar Braxton added.

“Keep your foot on our neck, Kels!!!” a fan praised.

“You are so beautiful,” one commenter continued.

In January, Rowland gave birth to son Noah and is also the mother of Titan, who she both shares with husband Tim Weatherspoon. Throughout her pregnancy, she stayed active and shared photos of her workout.

In an interview with Yahoo Life in February, she opened what kept her motivated to keep her body moving throughout her pregnancy, especially with the pandemic in full swing.

“First, I knew the baby was going to fall under it and two, I knew I still wanted to have fun and it had nothing else to do with COVID. It’s like, if I go dancing, I can dance in my backyard and act crazy and have fun. I think that was really important to me, just being able to deal with frustration, or a little bit of anxiety, which can definitely work up sometimes. Just dance it out,” she explained.

In addition to her fitness regime, she also talked about other forms of self-care that she liked to use.

“I love taking a bath,” Rowland noted. “I love having candles around me, and flowers always calm me down for some reason, but I love a nice relaxing bath and I listen to music. My bath will be covered with rose petals and salt, and I like bubbles. I like a good bath salt, something to relax the body even more. Lavender oil, milk, all those different things.”