Ladies and gentlemen, I'm proud to announce that Rihanna's back.

On July 7, Mama Fenty attended Rolling Loud in Portugal, showing support for her beau A$AP Rocky during his set and getting a 'fit off in the process.

Opting for a baggy vibe, Rihanna wore an oversized soccer jersey and Three-Stripe track pants from the Balenciaga x adidas Spring/Summer 2023 collection, which hit the runway — or Wall Street floor, I should say — back in May.

She paired the Balenci-adidas ensemble with a vintage Hermès babushka and Gucci and Balenciaga's Hacker Project Hourglass monogram handbag (remember: it's not a collab. It's a hack).

Naturally, Rihanna rounded the look off with a pair of black pumps, ultimately giving the look a sporty-chic feel. If she didn't ditch heels in her third trimester, they're definitely not going anywhere after the bump, people.

While any Rihanna sighting is a great thing to witness, this isn't her first postpartum outing.

Rihanna caused quite the frenzy on July 1, stopping by South London's Crystal Palace barber shop with A$AP Rocky.

While Rocky got a haircut in preparation for his Wireless Festival set later that day, Rihanna snagged flicks with fans while donning a Prada FW22 coat and vintage Chanel '07 feathered sunnies.

With Rocky on the Wireless Fest's lineup, you already know Rihanna was front and center for his performance, leaving fans hysterical (no, seriously, they chaotically screamed at her) with her first post-birth ensemble and public appearance.

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After effortlessly slaying her maternity style during her pregnancy (and we have our faves), Rihanna reportedly gave birth to a baby boy on May 13.

A first-born for both figures, Rih and A$AP Rocky's bundle of joy is probably unaware of their birth-given star status bestowed by their celebrity parents.

Now, the mother of the Fenty Baby is back on the scene and teasing us with her postpartum style. And her latest look confirms what we already knew: Rihanna's not going to be a regular mom. She'll be a cool mom.

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