Beyonce has penned a public, handwritten letter of admiration to the first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, and posted it on her new website.
"Michelle, is the ULTIMATE example of a truly strong African American woman," the 30-year-old diva and new mom said. "She is a caring mother, she's a loving wife, while at the same time, she is the FIRST LADY!!!!"
"No matter the pressure, and the pressure of being under the microscope - she's humble, loving, and sincere," she continued. "She builds and nurtures her family while also looking out for so many millions in so many ways."
Beyonce has met her idol before, having performed Etta James' "At Last" for the president and his wife at the Neighborhood Ball on inauguration night in 2009, and also at the White House State Dinner which hosted Mexico's president Felipe Calderon in 2010.
The songstress also mentioned her new bundle of joy and America's new sweetheart, Blue Ivy Carter.
"Michelle, thank you so much for every single thing that you do for us - I am proud to have my daughter grow up in a world where she has people like you, to look up to."
On April 5, Beyonce re-launched her web brand with a newly designed web site, a Twitter account and a Tumblr blog, all of which feature new candid photos of the star on vacation, performing and cozying up next to husband Jay-Z.
"Hey World, It's B! I'm so excited to invite you to my new http://beyonce.com - we've been working hard, and it's finally ready for you XO," the singer wrote on her Twitter page.
Beyonce, 30, also launched a blog full of photos on Tumblr, the same platform she and husband Jay-Z, 40, used to introduce their daughter Blue Ivy Carter to the world with a note and photos.
It was announced in March that the songstress has scheduled her first concerts since giving birth to her daughter.
The singer will perform three gigs in the new beachfront Revel Resort in Atlantic, City, New Jersey between May 25 and May 27, over Memorial Weekend, when the hotel opens to the public officially. Tickets for the concerts, which can seat a little more than 5,000 people, go on sale on April 6.