One month after the internet popped over rumors that Beyonce had given birth to twins, she made it official in the same way she broke the news of her pregnancy: on her terms, with an Instagram post early on Friday morning.
A deputy for Beyonce said that the photographer Mason Poole took a picture of her with the twins. The image is related in aesthetic to the one Beyonce posted in February to announce her pregnancy, in which she was surrounded by roses, draped in sheer material and cradling her belly. The pregnancy photo shoot was done by the artist and photographer Awol Erizku, who called that project collaboration, adding, Beyonce didn’t say, ‘Hey, this is what I want; do this.’

Reports of the twins’ birth began circulating in June from media outlets, including People and Entertainment Tonight, which cited anonymous sources. A baby fever ensued on social media. Beyonce’s mate, the rapper Jay-Z, referred to their birth on his new album, 4:44, which he released on June 30. Still, Beyonce waited silently.

In the end, she has done something different in a world of 24-hour celebrity news. She has managed to keep tight control over the release of information about her pregnancy and delivery, revealing it on her timeline and her terms. It’s in agreement with how this pop star has managed all of her business over the last few years. As The New York Times printed in 2015, Beyonce is seen but not heard: She rarely grants interviews, and when she does, she often answers queries by email. (In January she was the one begging the questions, speaking with her sister, Solange, for Interview magazine.)

Beyonce has also chosen when and how to get major announcements about her music, showing Lemonade via an hourlong HBO choice last year, and releasing Beyonce as a surprise in 2013. She told the world of her first pregnancy by rubbing her belly and beaming at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards. The couple’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter is now 5 and later made a guest show on Jay-Z’s 4:44.

During her pregnancy with the twins, Beyonce used Instagram to document her technique, turning out photos that were artistic, exciting and skillfully staged. She worked at the Grammys while pregnant in February, but had to cancel her headlining positions at Coachella in April.

What did Beyonce describe her baby twins and why?
Beyonce proved that her newborn twins were called Rumi and Sir Carter in an Instagram post on July 14.Rumors surrounding the names of the children came behind the American power couple filed papers to trademark the names.This suggests they can now be used for a family of products including perfumes and baby teething rings.The newborns enter their five-year-old big sister, Blue Ivy Carter, who was shown on January 7, 2012.

According to the twins’ birth records, which were taken by TMZ, Beyonce gave birth to Rumi and Sir at 5.13am bounded time on June 13, 2017.Her daughter Rumi was born first, and little Sir supported on later at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Plaza in Los Angeles.Managing the birth was Dr. Paul Crane who gave Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s children North and Saint, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s brood, Mason, Penelope, and Reign, plus Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s daughter Dream.

After the births, the twins were kept in the clinic and were thought to be given light treatment.This could involve the twins had jaundice – a term used to describe the yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes.The disease is common among newborns and is especially common for premature babies.The Carter clan made sure that the pregnancy was kept under wraps while Beyonce came to term.

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