The American Pop Star and songwriter Beyoncé has shared photos of her twins on Instagram and it’s her first public acknowledgment of their birth.
The pop star named her twins Sir Carter and Rumi according to her Instagram post on Friday where she wrote “Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today”
She wore a colorful flowing robe falling off her left shoulder and a blue veil. The picture had been “liked” almost 6 million times since it was posted.
However, Beyonce’s father Mathew Knowles had said in a tweet in June that she was now the mother of twins, confirming earlier reports of the year’s most highly anticipated celebrity birth.
Neither Beyonce, an American singer and one of the world’s favorite pop star nor her husband, rap star and entrepreneur Jay Z had made an official announcement of the birth of their twins until now.
The popular singer formally announced her pregnancy in early this year on her Instagram page. Social media practically went abuzz in February when the 35-year-old singer, whose full name is Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, posted a photo of herself wearing a long veil and lingerie and caressing a noticeable baby bump and the post got more than 8 million likes in an hour.
Two weeks later after the announcement, the R&B singer performed live at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, proudly displaying her swelling belly in a motherhood-themed show. She has since posted numerous pictures of her bare baby bump on her social media accounts.
More so, Beyonce and Jay Z have been married since 2008 and their music careers have expanded to the highest level as they have both made waves in the world of music and entertainment.
Beyonce had suffered miscarriage sometime around 2011 which she described as the saddest thing she had ever endured. She returned to the studio months later and wrote songs to help her cope with her situation.
While she was away with Jay Z in Paris in order to shoot the album cover for one of her songs called 4, Beyonce unexpectedly became pregnant in Paris. The couple welcomed their first baby on January 7, 2012, the pop star gave birth to her first child, Blue Ivy Carter, at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York.
Five months later, she performed for four nights at Revel Atlantic City’s Ovation Hall to celebrate the resort’s opening, her first performances since giving birth to Blue Ivy.
Five years later, after the birth of Ivy, the super star announced her pregnancy in February this year and later gave birth on June 13. Her Instagram post having the pictures of her twins has confirmed the birth day of the adorable Sir Carter and Rumi Carter which is believed to be June 13.
Thanks to the success made during the world tour of “Lemonade,” she was the second highest-paid entertainer in the year ended June 1, earning $105 million, according to Forbes. Only Sean “Diddy” Combs, at $130 million, topped her.
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