International pop artist Beyoncé congratulated Meghan Markle on her royal mom-to-be status via social media on Wednesday. The tribute was also in honor of the Black History Month, an annual observance remembering significant events and people in the history of the African Diaspora.

Earlier this week, Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z bagged the Best International Group at the 2019 Brit Awards. While the couple did not make it to the awarding ceremony held at O2 in London, Beyoncé and Jay-Z took to social media to thank the Brit Awards for the honor.

Recreating their music video for “APES” where they stood in front of the world-famous “Mona Lisa” at the Louvre in Paris, in the video they uploaded on Instagram and their website on Wednesday, the couple posed in front of a portrait of the crowned Duchess of Sussex created by Brooklyn-based illustrator Tim O’Brien. “Thank you so much to the Brit Awards for this incredible honor. You guys have always been so supportive. Everything is love. Thank you,” said Beyoncé to the camera.

Posting a still from the clip, she went on with a sweet message to Markle. “In honor of Black History Month, we bow down to one of our Melanated Monas. Congrats on your pregnancy! We wish you so much joy,” she said.

Beyoncé praised Markle for her active involvement in organizations such as World Vision and the Myna Mahila Foundation and for continuously embracing black culture, specifically citing Markle’s decision to bring many black traditions at the front and center of the royal wedding.

It can be recalled that Markle married Prince Harry of Great Britain in 2018. The wedding was one of the biggest society events of the year because of the former “Suits” star’s historic position as a biracial woman marrying into the monarchy.

Currently, Markle is in New York for a lavish baby shower with her close celebrity friends, including Amal Clooney and Serena Williams. Her pregnancy first made headlines on Oct. 15 last year after the Kensington Palace had broken the news via Twitter.

Meanwhile, the last time Beyoncé took home the Best International Group Award at the Brits was in 2002. She shared the award with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, her fellow Destiny’s Child members.