Beyonce Introduces Her Twins In Elaborate Floral Goddess Photoshoot

Beyonce with Sir and Rumi Carter
Beyonce with Sir and Rumi Carter

Beyonce just introduced her new babies y’all and the queen went ALL out.

The mum-of-three celebrated the twins turning one-month-old by posting the first picture of her and Jay-Z’s new additions to Instagram on Thursday evening. And of course, because this is Bey, it wasn’t your standard baby picture either.

Bey might be the mother of two new babies, but that doesn’t mean her Instagram game is going to suffer and appeared as some sort of sexy, floral goddess wearing a flowing purple robe in the picture, clutching the new arrivals to her chest in front of an elaborate floral archway.

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

A post shared by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Jul 13, 2017 at 10:10pm PDT

Posing in just blue underwear, the queen gives the camera a half-smile/knowing look. It’s like she KNOWS what this is going to do to the internet.

The picture was also the first time we had confirmation that the names of Blue Ivy’s siblings are “Sir Carter and Rumi”.

The Carter twins were born in Los Angeles on June 13 and were initially kept in hospital after they were born prematurely. Security around the Lemonade star and the new arrivals has been extremely tight, with just Jay spotted arriving and leaving hospital in the days after the birth was reported.

Despite being a new double-daddy Jay Z didn’t take any time off following the arrival of his children, dropping a new album 4:44 just weeks later.

On the record the rapper appeared to confirm he had cheated on his wife of 9 years, finally responding to the allegations she made on last year’s record Lemonade.

Jay and Bey

Jay hints on the record he only realized the damage his infidelity was doing after the birth of the couple’s first daughter Blue Ivy in January 2012.

The five-year-old even makes an appearance on 4:44 and in a recently released bonus track can be heard rapping. It seems Blue is destined to follow her parents into the music industry, but what about Sir and Rumi?