In the picture that the talented songstress shared, Beyonce was seen cradling the sleepy twins, standing ahead of a flowery arc, with the vast ocean behind her.
Neither Beyonce, one of the world's most popular singers, nor her husband, 47-year-old rap star and entrepreneur Jay-Z, had made any announcement about the birth until now. However, fans on Twitter just have one question about the name of these babies after reading Beyoncé's caption on Instagram.
Rumi and Sir Carter are the newest members of the Carter family, joining big sister Blue Ivy, 5.
Leave it to Bey to release the first photo of Sir and Rumi Carter-born June 13-in the middle of the night.
Until Friday, the power couple had not even confirmed the twins' birth, though Beyonce's father acknowledged the delivery on social media.
The photograph is in keeping with her pregnancy announcement, which she posted to Instagram on February 1 with the caption, "We would like to share our love and happiness". 'We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, we thank you for your well wishes.
United States mags broke the news of the babies' births last month. The thing that I said is that you really have to be prepared for double the love.
In just a few short hours, the Instagram photo has climbed to well over 6.6 million likes, and garnered thousands of congratulatory comments and excited emojis from the #BEYHIVE (naturally). Little Sir and Rumi were reportedly kept in the hospital for over a week, reportedly to treat jaundice, before they were taken home to the summer rental Beyoncé and JAY-Z are renting in Los Angeles.