Pics: First Look At Beyonce’s Twins And Their Names

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One month after their birth, we finally get to have a first look at Beyonce’s twins.

The American superstar finally shared the first photo of her newborn twins on Friday morning on her Instagram and we just can’t get enough of them.

The Hello hitmaker shared a picture of herself cradling the twins while standing in front of a floral backdrop. She’s draped in a purple floral sheet, while she wore a blue veil. The background of the picture has a striking similarity to the theme of her pregnancy announcement.

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Here’s a photo of Beyonce’s twins

Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today. 🙏🏽❤️👨🏽👩🏽👧🏽👶🏾👶🏾

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Noticeably, Queen B also shared the names of the twins – Sir and Rumi Carter as well as the date of their birth. Rumi and Sir looked at home as they rested in their mother’s arms.

The mother of three looks like she already bounced back into her awesome shape as she sported a flowy pink floral dress and long blue veil, exposing her already trimmed tummy. Beyonce’s post has garnered more than three million likes on Instagram withing two hours of sharing it and most fans haven’t even seen it yet.



Apparently, this first look at Beyonce’s twins will follow the same path as her pregnancy announcement back in January. The announcement nearly broke the internet and ended up as the most liked photo on Instagram with more than 11 million likes.

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The record-breaking picture sees Bey, holding her new bump, wearing just a bra, underwear and a veil with a lot of flowers around.

“We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over,’ she captioned it.

“We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes – The Carters.”

Reports have it that B and her equally famous husband Jay Z filed legal documents to secure the rights to the unusual names they gave their twins.