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Beyoncé Releases First Photo Of Newborn Twins And Fans Can't Handle It

Beyoncé Releases First Photo Of Newborn Twins And Fans Can't Handle It

Beyonce has finally shared the first photo of her newborn twins.

The twins' first appearance came in typical "Queen Bey" fashion, - a highly stylized photograph showing Beyoncé, swathed in a regal purple robe, cradling the two newborns in front of a canopy of flowers.

The stunning photo is reminiscent of the infamous maternity photo the singer posted when she first announced she was expecting twins with longtime hubby Jay-Z.

The babies' names have reportedly both already been trademarked by the music power couple.

The sex of the two new additions to the Carter family is still unknown, however as long as they are happy and healthy (and we sure they are with Bey and Jay as parents!), that's all that matters. The 35-year-old singer welcomed Sir and Rumi with Jay Z, on June 13.

Similar to her pregnancy announcement photoshoot, the 34-year-old singer, who is already mum to five-year-old Blue Ivy, is wearing the same underwear and veil. How cute! We checked her website hoping for more pictures of the shoot. Beyonce's father Mathew Knowles shared the news via Twitter.

In the very early hours of Friday (or late hours of Thursday, if we're talking Pacific Standard Time), Beyoncé posted an image to Instagram of herself with the twins. I know you're busy raising legacies and sh*t, but can you like, tweet me back?!

In the photo, which has already garnered more than 5 million likes and close to 200,000 comments, Beyonce looks as handsome as ever and seems to have got back into shape already. She drops secret albums, she blindsides us with pregnancy announcements, and she's managed to keep her marriage seemingly rock solid through years when nobody thought she and JAY-Z could possibly pull through.



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