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20 September 2012, 10:55 | Updated: 20 September 2012, 11:32
The 'Countdown' singer and Jay-Z helped raise $4 million for the American leader's re-election campaign this week.
Beyonce has teamed up with her mother Tina Knowles to design a collection of baby onesies in support of US President Barack Obama's re-election campaign.
The 'Love On Top' star created the attire through her House Of Déreon label as well as an adult t-shirt championing the American leader.
One of the onesies features a group of silhouetted children with the message "forward together" - and the singer joins a host of stars who have helped design different items for the campaign including Sarah Jessica Parker and Ricky Martin.
The Destiny's Child star and her husband Jay-Z hosted a fundraiser for Obama this week at the rapper's 40/40 nightclub in New York where they managed to raise $4 million of the US President's re-election campaign.
You can view a picture of Beyonce's Obama inspired onesies, which are available to purchase at $65 below: (Picture: barackobama.com)
At the fundraiser, Beyonce introduced the President on stage stating that she and Jay believed in his vision.
Obama then thanked the couple for all their support and continued friendship and called Beyonce the "perfect role model" for his two daughters.
You can view a picture of Beyonce and Jay-Z with Barack Obama at their fundraiser this week below: (Picture: Twitter)
Meanwhile, the singer is currently rumoured to be working on her new studio album and is expected to unveil two new compilation records with Destiny's Child later this year.
The star has also recently opened up on life with her daughter Blue Ivy explaining she "loves" changing her nappies as she finds the experience "beautiful".