Internet Breaks: Beyonce Posts First Pic of Sir and Rumi Carter

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Sir and Rumi Carter

First, Jay Z hits us with a brand new album that goes platinum in one week. Now mama Carter is shutting down the Internet with the first pic of Sir and Rumi Carter! The beautiful twins made their long-awaited debut on the Gram and the Hive lost it!

Internet Breaks: Beyonce Posts First Pic of Sir and Rumi Carter

Thanks to Beyonce’s surprise post, a few questions finally got answered. Here are the top three water cooler hot topics that fans can’t stop gabbing about.





  1. Baby Got Names– Since Bey’s pregnancy announcement everyone has tried to guess what the names of the twins might be. We now know that they are Sir and Rumi. Sir has a noble connotation while Rumi can be translated to mean “beauty.”
  2. Body Snatchers– We are all now accustomed to the typical “Hollywood snapback.” In what seems like days, celebrity moms look like they did before they had their little bundle or bundles of joy. Beyonce’s snapback is popping! Bey revealed a super flat stomach and tiny, toned legs.
  3. Oh Boy– So is it two girls or two boys? Or is it one boy and one girl? Beyonce shut down any confusion with the help of a few emojis representing the entire Carter family. Mrs. Carter captioned the photo of her and the twins using: one adult male, one adult female, one little girl and two baby emojis. Translation: One boy and one girl twin. Plus, mama Tina confirmed things by stating, “So Happy my baby shared a photo of her babies with the world. Proud grandma hello Sir Carter and Rumi Carter. Boy and girl what a blessing.” Aw… looks like the gangs all here!

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