Today on RihWatch, we've got another banger of a maternity 'fit.

After breaking the internet with her Vogue cover, the Bad Gal and her growing bump stepped out with a new friend: a fox fur stole, complete with a snout, ears, and eyes.

The world's most stylish mother-to-be paired the neon pink accessory with a Bottega Veneta bralette (pink!), low-rise Vetements jeans (also pink!), and an R13 bomber that looked suspiciously like Carhartt.

But back to the guest of honor. According to Instagram, the furry accessory is vintage John Galliano — meaning it's likely genuine fur, despite some outlets' assertions it's fake (I can't recall the last time Galliano did faux pre-2000).

Rih boasts a hallowed history of rocking fur.

Shortly after revealing her pregnancy, the star styled a Prada fur with a nylon windbreaker (only Rih would dare make a move that bold).

Another hall of fame moment: Rihanna's heart-shaped fur shrug, courtesy of Saint Laurent.

Don't forget one of her most iconic pre-pregnancy ensembles, a full-length mink worn with sweats and New Balances (a red lip, too!).

And of course, there was her "Bitch Better Have My Money" performance at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards, a show improved only by her bright green, fabulously faux Versace coat.

Next time on RihWatch: who knows, but it's bound to be fabulous.

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