Pop star Beyoncé finally undid the mystery surrounding the birth of Blue Ivy’s 5-year-old siblings. The pop queen confirmed the children’s birth date by celebrating Sir Carter and Rumi’s one-month mark on Friday.
“Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today,” wrote the singer, in a photo whose aesthetic resembles the image published to announce the pregnancy. In this image, she appears seated on a throne of flowers, with a blue veil, with the children in her lap.
In the posting, she even added a heart figure and “faces” allusive to all members of the Carter clan.
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The artist’s mother, Tina Knowles, celebrated with Instagram followers the pride of being a grandmother again. “I’m so happy that my baby shared a picture of her babies with the world.” “I’m a proud grandmother,” said Sir Carter and Rumi Carter, “a boy and a girl, what a blessing.”
With the publication, Beyoncé confirmed the rumors about the children’s names. The “TMZ” celebrity website had discovered that pop star and her husband, rapper JAY-Z, had triggered US authorities to register the copyright on the names Rumi Carter and Sir Carter. The document guarantees that no other citizen can use these names to baptize their children.
The initiative, unveiled by the “TMZ” celebrity portal, was filed with the same California address as the Blue Ivy Carter’s first-name birth record, now 5 years old.