In a fashion poll created by style website Josoblu.co.uk, Beyonce was named by fans as the most stylish mother-to-be. Moms and shoppers love the way the always-glamorous Beyonce dresses up her baby bump.
Or if you still believe in the conspiracy that Beyonce is not actually pregnant, then you at least think she dresses up her prosthetic tummy well. After gaining 35% of the votes, moms agreed that Beyonce is the most fashionable mother-to-be.
"Considering Beyonce is one of the most glamorous women in the world and constantly appears in best dressed lists, it is only fitting that she tops the poll for fashionable mothers to be," says a spokesperson for the site.
"Even though this is her first pregnancy it hasn't stopped Beyonce rocking the highest heels or sparkly numbers - it proves to women that pregnancy can be stylish."
"Una [Healy], Amanda [Holden] and Jennifer [Garner] are also worthy of their places in the poll as each of them know how to combine outfits and have day and night looks down to a fine art."
Surprisingly Jessica Alba didn't make the list, she wore those maternity maxi dresses like they were going out of style, well they kind of were...whatever, she still looked great. Also, what about Natalie Portman? She was already showing a large baby bump while strutting down the red carpet at last years Oscars in Rodarte and looked fabulous.
But back to Beyonce. She says her growing stomach isn't keeping her from being fashionable. "I've had so much fun with fashion over the months...I have been pregnant through every event I've done."
But according to the sites spokesperson, Beyonce was the clear winner because of her "down-to-earth personality" and "modest fashion sense" which made her more relatable. Unlike less relatable stars like, Oh I dunno, Victoria Beckham, because we can't all fit into skinny jeans at 9 months pregnant.
'Ultimately fashion is about individual choice and finding your style and what you feel comfortable in," adds the spokesperson, "That choice can be limited for mums to be – the key for them is to find some great pieces that they can mix and match – but most of all feel comfortable in as their bump grows."