The suspense revolving around Beyoncé’s twins is finally over. Friday was a happy day for Beyoncé fans as they finally got to see the latest additions to the Carter family. The pop singer uploaded a photo of her holding the twins in an Instagram photo, which is her first acknowledgement of their birth.
In the photo, 35-year old singer is seen wearing a blue veil and a multi-colored robe which falls off her shoulders and is standing in front of a beautiful wall of flowers. The singer has captioned the post – Sir Carter and Rumi one month today. Her fans couldn’t keep calm and have showered the twins with blessings. Many people happily said that they woke up to the photo and now their day would go just fine.
Even her husband, Jay Z, 47, hadn’t confirmed the announcement but it was Beyoncé’s father, Matthew Knowles who confirmed the birth via a tweet. The couple already has a 5-year old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. Her grandmother, Tina Knowles, has already confirmed that Blue Ivy is the best big sister ever and is proud and excited.
Beyoncé is definitely one of the most influential music personalities of this season. It was in February that Beyoncé first made an announcement of her pregnancy on Instagram. She posed in lingerie, holding her cute baby bump. It captioned – we would like to share our love and happiness. The photo hit up around 11 million likes, making it the most liked photo on Instagram.
Less than two weeks later Beyoncé had an amazing performance at the Grammy Awards, which was her first appearance after the big announcement. On 1st June, the Lemonade singer was reported to be the second highest earning entertainer for the year, earning a whopping total of $105 million. Her pregnancy announcement came less than a year after she released, Lemonade, which talks about the troubles in her eight-year long marriage with rapper, Jay Z. Her husband’s album, 4:44 is a response to Lemonade, where he apologizes to the singer.
Before the singer confirmed the names of her twins, People magazine reported the names were found out in trademark documents filed to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. TMZ confirmed that the same company had filed for Blue Ivy’s name, earlier in the year.
We can’t wait to see more photos of Sir Carter and Rumi.