Beyoncé Gives Birth to Twins With Husband, Jay Z

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Yipee ….. The Carter family is officially a team of five. Beyoncé has given birth to twins with Jay Z in L.A., multiple sources have confirmed to Accralately.

Blue Ivy, the first born now welcome a sibling of two. Entertainment Weekly and US Magazines confirmed the news, but the date of birth and gender of the babies are not yet publicly known.

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Queen Bey, 35, announced in February that she and the rapper, 47, were expanding their family.

The “Hold Up” singer documented her pregnancy on social media and made several red carpet appearances while expecting. Although she had to pull out of her headlining Coachella appearance, she attended the Grammys, the Beauty and the Beast premiere and the inaugural Wearable Art Gala at the California African American Museum.

Beyonce announced her pregnancy in an Instagram post in February —– Image Credits: Beyonce/Instagram
But Bey noted that she’s well aware that giving her daughter everything she needs to succeed in life may only be to her detriment.”Everyone experiences pain, but sometimes you need to be uncomfortable to transform. Pain is not pretty, but I wasn’t able to hold my daughter in my arms until I experienced the pain of childbirth.”
Beyoncé gave birth to Blue Ivy on Jan. 7, 2012 in New York City. The 5-year-old is already getting ready to be a big sister to her two siblings—as is evident in the series of photos her famous mama shared of her kissing Bey’s belly.
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Other photos Beyonce posted after her pregnancy announcement. It showed her swimming under water, reclining on a bed of roses and sitting naked on a floral throne.

In one, the ‘Lemonade’ singer stood naked, cradling her belly with one hand and a breast with the other, next to the sculpted head of an Egyptian ruler.

Beyonce has posted the photos with text referring to Osun, an African deity of water, love and fertility —– Image Credits: Beyonce.com

 

Image Credits: Beyonce.com

Beyonce is the most-nominated star in the history of the Grammy Awards. Her album ‘Lemonade’ was the world’s best-selling record of 2016.