Beyoncé just shared a photo of her twins and revealed their names

Aaron Brown
July 15, 2017

On Friday, Queen Bey returned to Instagram for the first time since giving birth to twins Sir Carter and Rumi.

This marks the very first time that the world has seen Jay Z and Beyonce's baby girl and boy.

Absolutely everything you need to know about Beyonce's twins.

Showbiz 411 was the first to report the news that Beyoncé had given birth.

Sir and Rumi join Bey and husband Jay Z's daughter Blue Ivy, 5, in the Carter family. The twins were born on June 13 in Los Angeles and are now residing in Malibu with their parents and five-year-old sister Blue Ivy. 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.

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Comparing her photographs during her pregnancy and the latest image posted on Instagram, it appears that the singer had already lost some pregnancy weight. "We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes", she wrote in an Instagram post.

Bey also confirmed rumours that the babies have been given the unusual names Sir Carter and Rumi. With the photo, she also brought full circle her record-breaking pregnancy announcement, proving sometimes the world is OK and pure and right, and if you believe in Beyoncé, happiness is possible.

In just a few hours, the breathtaking snap has racked up over three million likes and thousands of comments. "They're here! #beyonce #twins #jayz #happybirthday", Mathew Knowles had tweeted on June 18. "Happy birthday to the twins" back in June.

See people get tricked into believing JAY-Z and Beyonce's ridiculous and false baby names in the video below on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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