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Beyoncé's maternity shopping list

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With the exciting news that Beyoncé and Jay-Z are expecting their first child, we can't help but anticipate how the queen of pop will embrace maternity style. The Grammy Award-winning star has already proved her fashion credentials by showing off her bump in a show-stopping orange Lanvin gown - but what else does she need to prepare for motherhood with her token glamour and grace?

Below we take a look at the best and most luxurious maternity products available right now, from soothing balms to designer baby bags and chic maternity dresses.

Storksak baby bag

£195, storksak.co.uk

Celebrity mums including Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba and Penelope Cruz have already been spied carrying this stylish hold-all, making it the baby bag to be seen with.

Sequin Kimono Top

£950, harrods.com

It's no secret that Beyoncé is partial to a bit of sparkle, so this silk empire-waist top from 9 London by Emily Evans could well find its way on stage with the superstar.

Saviour skin balm

£28.99, antipodesnature.com

With high quantities of Type III collagen - an ingredient that heals and repairs the skin - this balm is ideal for treating stretch marks, pigmentation and rashes. A quick fix for any tricky skin problems Beyoncé may encounter as a mum-to-be.

Anastastia Maternity gown

£225, tiffanyrose.com

Sexy, simple and striking - this sumptuous maternity dress is definitely worthy of A-list parties.

Mama Mio Tummy Rub Stretch Mark Butter

£23, jojomamanbebe.co.uk

Expectant mums deserve more than a little TLC, so Beyoncé should invest in this calming Mama Mio body butter, packed with nutrients to sooth itchy, tight skin.

Sublime black purple maternity bra

£35, bravadodesigns.com

A sultry maternity bra from Bravado's sublime range will go down a treat with the equally sultry Beyoncé (and, we're guessing, husband Jay-Z).

L'Occitane 3 Piece Mom & Baby Trio

£36, loccitane.com

A divine combination of hydrating balm, cleansing gel and cream, this gift set will help Beyoncé relax and treat any dry skin symptoms on long-haul flights - and she can share it with her baby once it arrives.

Ruched One Shoulder Maternity Dress

£115, isabellaoliver.com

With red carpets to dazzle on everywhere, Beyonce may well appreciate this eye-catching scarlet design to show off her expanding bump in all its brilliance.

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