Reports swirl about Beyonce's twins, but no confirmation yet

Calvin Saunders
June 20, 2017

Last weekend saw United States media alight with reports that the singing superstar, 35, had finally given birth to her twins with husband Jay Z.

Beyonce's father confirmed on Twitter that the pop diva has indeed given birth to twins but instead of rejoicing in the news, her fans chose to get angry.

Beyonce's announcement that she was expecting twins, and the accompanying pregnancy photos, rocked social media in February.

Earlier this week, Beyoncé, 35, and Jay Z, 47, welcomed their twins, according to People.

Yesterday morning, Knowles posted a pic of balloons that read, "Happy birthday to the twins!"

Blue Ivy, who is now five years old, has been seen in many stylish yet expensive outfits over the years, often matching her mother. Obama said, "Jay and I are also fools for our daughters, although he's gonna have me beat once those two twins arrive". "We have been blessed two times over", Beyonce wrote alongside her photo flaunting the baby bump.

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Beyoncé gave birth to her first child, Blue Ivy Carter, on January 7, 2012, a Saturday.

And Jay Z also skipped the Songwriters Hall Of Fame Awards on Thursday night despite being lined up to receive a special honour on the night. But with no word from the Carter-Knowles camp, the details of the couple's special delivery remain under wraps - as is the sex of the twins.

Beyoncé spoke about the joy of being pregnant in her HBO documentary, Life Is But A Dream in 2013. The pregnancy forced Beyonce to bow out of the Coachella music festival in April.

Blue Ivy is a big sister!

Thanks to a successful world tour and the hit album Lemonade, she was the second highest-paid entertainer in the year ended June 1, earning $105 million, Forbes said.

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