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Beyonce confirms birth of twins 'Sir Carter and Rumi'

July 19 2018, 05:02 | Irvin Gilbert

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Beyonce has (finally!) posted a photo of her twins.

Bey sharing the family photo comes after she was spotted making her first public appearance on Wednesday night, July 12.

Since Beyoncé gave birth to twins and we found out their names, Sir Carter and Rumi, we've been waiting for the first glimpse of the famous babies.

Beyoncé and JAY-Z's company filed papers to trademark the apparent monikers for everything from fragrances and cosmetics to baby gear, tote bags, and water bottles. JAY-Z went on stage to introduce the rapper, who recently announced his debut album, The Autobiography. Their 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, however, did get a solo track of her own on the bonus version of the project, where she spits an adorable freestyle. But the manner in which she lists the names of the 1-month-old babies has fans scratching their heads over the official name of her young prince.

Beyonce confirms birth of twins 'Sir Carter and Rumi'

The photograph is in keeping with her pregnancy announcement, which she posted to Instagram on February 1 with the caption, "We would like to share our love and happiness". At the time, she said her family was "blessed two times over".

"Most humans, us, you know what I mean?"

Bey looks peaceful as she gazes at the camera and the snap has already gone down well with fans, having gained over half a million likes in just over 20 minutes after it was posted. And the birth of his twins that took place on June 19, was done in the utmost discretion.

Jay-Z and Beyonce previously battled rumors of marital issues, including allegations of an affair and an explosive elevator conflict between the 47-year-old hip-hop star and his sister-in-law, Solange Knowles.

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