Those are the words most fans will repeat after seeing Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds on their first red carpet together since announcing they were expecting.
While attending Gabrielle's Angel Ball in New York City, Lively wore a pale yellow silk Gucci gown that featured a plunging neckline composed of silver crystal embroidery.
The long-sleeve dress perfectly showed off the expectant mom's glow and growing baby bump!
Not to be outdone, Reynolds looked quite handsome as well as he donned a Gucci tuxedo with a navy silk bow tie and black leather shoes. Is it too early to crown the Best Dressed Couple of 2014?
"Ryan was really sweet throughout the whole night," an eyewitness told E! News after observing their behavior inside the event. "He was rubbing her shoulders, putting his arms around her and when Blake got up, he got up."
The insider added, "They were smiling with each other and he kissed her on her cheek at one point. He also touched her belly."
The Angel Ball is a star-studded event that honors individuals who have made significant contributions in support of cancer research. Hoda Kotb, Kris Jenner, Gigi Hadid and LaLa Anthony were also in attendance.
Lively announced her pregnancy earlier this month on her website, Preserve. Since then, the Gossip Girl alumna has had no problems stepping out in style.
At the 2014 Golden Heart Awards, Lively made her way down the red carpet without her main man wearing a stunning Michael Kors gown.
The A-list couple has always been open about their plans to start a family.
“I've always wanted a big family," Lively told Allure in October 2012. "Oh, I'd love 30 [children] if I could." Reynolds made similar comments in Details magazine when he shared his vision for the future.
"We'd love to have a big family. We both come from big families—my parents did four, Blake's did five. A lot of people say it's crazy, but we'll only know when we're there, you know?" he shared. "We'll walk through that fire pretty happily, I think."
Congratulations you two! You're both looking fabulous!
—Additional reporting by Jennifer Cooper