Fetal cardiovascular MRI may enhance clinical flow measurements. The lack of fetal ECG for gating however makes phase contrast (PC) flow quantification challenging. Metric Optimized Gating (MOG) overcomes this limitation, but is currently applied only in a single center. We provide independent pulsatile-flow phantom validation of MOG PC-MRI for fetal flow volumes and heart rates, and measurements in human fetuses in a second center. Flow by MOG agrees with timer/beaker and gated flow quantification, and gives pulsatile fetal flow curves in a second center, suggesting MOG PC-MRI as a reliable tool for fetal flow quantification in more centers.