Beyonce introduces twins over social media

17 Juillet, 2017, 19:32 | Auteur: Gregory Millet
  • The Carter twins couldn't be cuter

The website also explains the color blue "has deep spiritual meanings" and is considered a "sacred color, one that reminds us of Mary's faithfulness and her privileged role in salvation history".

Beyonce has finally debuted her twins a month after they were born. The photo was pure Beyonce in all it's pre-Raphaelite splendor.

When the Vogel family discovered that Confession was wearing the tire, they wanted to capture the moment on video.

For what it's worth: Confession was playing with the trouble-making tire the next day, Todd Vogel said.

Hours before posting the photo, Beyoncé made a super low-key public debut alongside husband JAY-Z at an event celebrating Roc Nation artist Vic Mensa in L.A.

The superstar mum-of-three revealed the first snap of the tots on Instagram early on Friday to mark one month since little Rumi and Sir Carter arrived. Jim Nikas, the Director of the Posada Art Foundation told the outlet, "The Mexican people see [the Virgin of Guadalupe] as the mother of everyone, not just the mother of God".

"New attire at the Weeping Fox Ranch for this Hereford bull", Todd Vogel's wife, Kris, is heard saying at the start of the 19-second clip. The way Queen Bey presents herself with flowers in the picture with Sir and Rumi could very well be her way of not only embracing religious imagery like she seemed to do in her pregnancy photoshoot, but possibly also her way of expressing her maternal side. Beyoncé's album Lemonade and his album 4:44 allude to his infidelity. "Don't know how he did it, and I don't know how it's coming off".

Some criticized and others defended the celebrities.

The Chatty Man host, who got engaged to Paul Drayton last year, also admitted in the interview with Radio 4's Front Row that he struggled with coming out to his father. And then there was the noise over the navel. Others ruminated on the selection of Rumi, named likely for the Muslim poet and Sufi mystic Jalal ad-Din Muhammad.

What's up with Beyonce's tiny tummy?

"It is circa either the 1950s or the 1960s".