In-utero fetal imaging is prone to respiratory and cardiac artifacts from the mother. These motion artifacts can be reduced via gated- or self-gated navigator acquisitions. For random fetal movements, each subject must be immobilized within the RF coil or require rapid acquisition and serial co-registration involving complex off-line image processing and high performance hardware that may not be available. We propose the use of 3D printed cylindrically shaped clip to effectively immobilize embryos incorporating a resonator mutually coupled with a surface resonator while ensuring an optimized filling factor. Our setup results in increased sensitivity demonstrated via high quality volumetric datasets.