A sneak peak of Beyoncé's March Vogue cover has been leaked on the Internet.

Without indicating from where the photo of the magazine originated, gossip website Love B. Scott shared the photo on Friday. 

It features the singer in a simple black-and-white look. Her dark blonde tresses are pinned up, and her makeup is neutral. It's a complete departure from her recent GQ cover, released in January, in which she wore a cutoff shirt, red leopard print hot pants, and a thick gold chain.


The Vogue cover story is titled "Queen B! Beyoncé Rules The World." 


In late December, the New York Daily News reported that Beyoncé was set to be on the cover of Vogue's March issue and had recently finished a photo shoot with famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.

The cover leaked a little more than a week after a photo of Beyonce surfaced on the Internet that some thought would be the Vogue cover.

The photo in question, which featured the Queen B in regal attire, fully equipped with a royal scepter, turned out to be one of the promotional photos for the singer's upcoming Mrs. Carter World Tour, which was announced after her Super Bowl halftime show performance. 


Several photos from that shoot can also be seen at Beyoncé's website. 

No other photos from the upcoming March issue have been seen yet. The March cover will be Beyoncé's second for the magazine. Her first Vogue cover was for the April 2009 issue.