When it comes to Jay-Z and Beyoncé's kids, we've seen 9-year-old Blue Ivy the most. Theirs oldest daughter has already been featured on Beyoncé's album, made an appearance in the Disney+ movie Black Is King and even earned herself a Grammy Award.
As for the couple's other two kids, Rumi and Sir Carter, they have been kept relatively out of the spotlight. However, when the twins turned 4 years old yesterday, Beyoncé decided to honor them with a special message on her personal website.
The 39-year-old singer uploaded a black background on the homepage of her site, with text that said, “What's better than 1 gift...2. Happy birthday Rumi and Sir.”
The loving message seemed to be a reference to the soundtrack album Beyoncé recorded for The Lion King remake, titled The Gift.
While Beyoncé and Jay-Z rarely post photos of their twins, there have been a few instances where fans have been treated to shots of Rumi and Sir. Back in March, Queen B shared a series of photos, including a selfie with Blue Ivy and shots of her twins standing on the beach, facing the water.
In an interview with British Vogue, Beyoncé opened up about how being a mother changed her perspective on her career and her priorities. She said, “Something cracked open inside of me right after giving birth to my first daughter. From that point on, I truly understood my power, and motherhood has been my biggest inspiration.”
Happy birthday, Rumi and Sir!
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