So how is Beyonce going to get 'Bootylicious' now that she's given birth to Blue Ivy?

Bey will get her body back if she follows a few guidelines, as offered up by celeb trainer Jeanette Jenkins, who helped fellow pop star Pink shed the post-pregnancy baby weight.

Here's what Jenkins suggests.

Working out: She calls it internal hygiene and equates it to routine acts like brushing your teeth: "Working out should have been a part of a new mom's regimen before she got pregnant, while she was pregnant, and for the rest of her life."

Change your mindset: Losing weight is not the goal. Being healthy is! "The goal should not be to lose weight. The goal should be to live a healthy life, and by working out and eating healthy, you will be happy and the weight will just fall off because you are making healthy choices."

Consult a doctor: Once the doctor clears the new mom for a new diet, it's open season to focus on fitness. "Her starting point depends on her fitness level. A weekly workout regimen should include all of the components of fitness — cardio, flexibility, muscular strength and muscular endurance — for overall functional health and fitness and for maximum results."

Jenkins also creates a training and diet program for her celeb clientele, fusing up to five days of cardio and endurance training. But it's not all rigorous regimens. Jenkins said, "From my experience, if you make healthy food choices 80 percent of the time and eat whatever you like 20 percent of the time, then you will have great results. I recommend to my clients to eat healthy Monday through Friday and then let go on the weekend and enjoy yourself."

If Bey follows these types of types, she'll be golden! As if she wasn't already.

We'd like to point out that Bey still looked like her usual stunning self throughout most of her pregnancy. She'll be back in shape and in 'Bootylicious' form in no time flat.