My, my, my, Internet Loses It Mind As Queen Bey Unveils Her Twin For The First Time.

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The world's most celebrated female artist, Queen mother of the mic and the dance floor Beyonce Carter has finally shared the first photo of she and Jay-Z's twins; Sir Carter and Rumi Carter on Thursday night, a month after she gave birth.
Beyonce, Sir Carter, Rumi
The picture featured the 'Baddest Mummy'  holding the babies while wearing a colorful, silk organza, floral and ruffled Palomo Spain spring 2017 coat open to reveal blue underwear, paired with an aqua veil, posing in front of a flower display with an ocean backdrop. 
The photo was reminiscent of her Feb. 1 pregnancy announcement, which showed her in front of a similar display, wearing burgundy and blue lingerie and a yellow veil.



In the caption of her photo with the twins, the 'lemonade' singer also confirmed their names, as revealed last month.

Guess what? The Internet went haywire.

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