Beyoncé’s twins Sir and Rumi make debut in first dazzling baby photo
The wait is over for Beyoncé’s fans.
Sir and Rumi, her twins with husband Jay-Z, were born in June. For the past month, the world has restlessly anticipated a first look at the children.
Early Friday, Beyoncé at last graced them with a photograph, presented on her Instagram account. It demonstrates her holding the twins and has the inscription, “Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today.”
It’s vague whether the inscription implies the photo was taken one month prior or the youngsters were conceived one month back. The couple did not authoritatively declare the birth, in spite of the fact that in late June a few outlets, for example, CNN and E!, revealed the twins had been conceived, refering to mysterious sources.
Beyoncé gives off an impression of being in an ocean side garden of sorts. Climbing roses sticking to a grid make a vivid corona around the unshod pop star’s head. A streaming blue cloak enhances her blondie locks. Held nearly to her chest, wrapped in botanical swaddling, are two little babies: Sir and Rumi.
“We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. — The Carters.” It remains the most liked post on Instagram, clocking in at 11 million “likes” as of early Friday.