Beyonce Maternity Shopping

November 5, 2011 by staff 

Beyonce Maternity ShoppingBeyonce Maternity Shopping, Beyonce is no stranger when it comes to high fashion and heels of news that has been skating sports come with a high price tag, too.

Pregnant women usually do not wear heels five when walking the streets of New York City, but on the other hand, Beyonce is not her mother to normal pregnancy. The chart-topper was recently seen sporting some interesting looking skate heels that have been attracting great attention from both the fashion and fashion bloggers.

Beyonce Alain Quilici Payson Skate boots with laces and retail of 1180, according to Us Weekly ?. The most unique feature of the spoils of the ankles, is that the heel and toe are a bridge from a one inch platform that creates the appearance of an ice skate. She was photographed recently with a pair of brown leather boots with her trusted bodyguard at her side, if something happens to the fashionable mom-to-be, of course. ?

Meanwhile, sources close to the fashion maven, which is about six months along in her pregnancy, recently revealed she is expecting a girl. In Touch Weekly reports ? a friend of the couple said: “BeyoncĂ© is thrilled that she is having a daughter.” ?

The friend also added that despite the fact that Beyonce would have been happy with a boy or a girl, she had secretly hoped for a girl. “She and her mother are so close, and she wanted to have that relationship with her own child,” said the friend of the magazine.

Beyonce, who also reported working in a maternity line, has been stocking up on clothes for her daughter’s future and is building not one but three nurseries and spend a knowledgeable and 250,000 in furniture and furnishings. ?

Heck, would not be surprised if her mini-me had a pair of matching heels and 1,180 baby expected in one of three closets, too.

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