Beyonce revealed in February that she was expecting, commanding the Internet by posting a picture of herself kneeling beside a human-size floral arrangement, her hands cradling her rounded belly.
Beyonce and Jay Z Pop diva Beyonce and her rap mogul husband Jay Z have welcomed twins, according to U.S. media reports on the two new members of music's royal family that already includes five-year-old Blue Ivy.
A source previously told People magazine, "Bey and Jay are thrilled and have started sharing the news with their family and closest friends". "We have been blessed two times over", the 35-year-old singer wrote. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two and we thank you for your well wishes.
The twins, much like their parents' albums, are highly-anticipated especially as reports surfaced that Bey and Jay really tried for the past five years to give Blue Ivy some siblings.
Beyoncé and Jay Z welcomed a baby boy and girl.
The gender of the twins is unknown and no further details have been revealed, and Beyonce and Jay Z have not confirmed the birth.
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Obama called the rapper/businessman a "true American original" and may have also hinted at the gender of the twins.
"Jay and I are also fools for our daughters, although he's gonna have me beat once those two twins show up", the father of two said in the video.
The power couple - who got married in 2008 - announced they were adding to their brood in February when the "Formation" hitmaker posted a photograph of her burgeoning baby bump on her social networking sites.
Blue Ivy has a new little brother and sister!
Beyoncé's pregnancy forced her to cancel her headlining appearance at Coachella in April, although she is set to headline the 2018 festival.