Rihanna seems to really enjoy her glass of wine, and these pictures are proof

Rihanna has been clicked very often, walking out of restaurants with a glass of wine

FP Staff July 29, 2016 15:06:06 IST
Rihanna seems to really enjoy her glass of wine, and these pictures are proof

Rihanna has been clicked very often, walking out of restaurants with a glass of wine. She seems to be giving the phrase, "unwinding with a glass of wine" a whole new, chic makeover. Because who wouldn't want to look like the Caribbean queen after a meal (us mere mortals mostly end up looking like Homer Simpson after a binge-fest, to be honest).

This piece of information comes courtesy twitter user Josh Edwards, who brought this trend to everyone's notice.

What follows is a series of pictures with a badass looking Rihanna (when does she ever not look badass, though) holding a glass of wine as she exits various restaurants across the world.

Here Edward asks a question that is on all our minds:

That's a lot of Rihanna, and a lot of wine. Feeling woozy yet?

Rihanna seems to really enjoy her glass of wine and these pictures are proof

 

 

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