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Anytime a woman has kids, their body is subject to relentless scrutiny.

If you're THE Beyoncé Knowles, who has recently given birth to twins, it's even worse.

But Beyoncé's latest accessory shows that she doesn't care about the haters, or what they think about her body. It also encourages women of all sizes to love themselves.

Beyoncé wore gold hoops that read "chunky" in a series of Instagram posts.

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She wore the red hot look to see her Super Bowl performance partner Bruno Mars' show at Madison Square Garden, according to The Daily Mail

Although I've Googled far and wide for my own set of "chunky" hoops, alas I have yet to discover them. TELL US WHERE TO GET THE HOOPS, B. 

If witnessing her max slay wasn't enough, she even added a soundtrack to her look with a song named "Chunky."

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Set to Bruno Mars' song "Chunky" from his "24K Magic" album, the video cuts between Beyoncé's gold hoops, all-red outfit, and quilted purse. Beyoncé's Instagram videos are like a cooler version of the slideshows I needed in school. Do you see that close-up on her bags? That lethal selfie? My goodness.

Although her earrings took center stage, fans also loved her rings, which gave a shout-out to her three kids.

Beyoncé's diamond ring featured three letters "B, R, S" for her three kids Blue Ivy, Rumi, and Sir Carter. Her fans noticed the reference too and left a stream of comments. "Love that ring with all the babies initials!" a follower said. "Awww the ringggg, Sir, Blue, [and] Rumi," a user said. "Let us see them babies B!!" another stan demanded. Chill, fans. chill. 

Beyoncé also matched her gold accessories to her hubby Jay-Z's gold chain, too, because what Beyoncé wants, Beyoncé gets. Definitely a family affair! 

Although living Beyoncé's fabulous lifestyle might not be easy, at least you can listen to "Chunky" and daydream about owning that much bling.

I'm happy to see that Beyoncé's body positive, and she celebrates that through her style choices. BRB, going to go make a Powerpoint presentation.