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Say Their Names, Say Their Names. Queen Bey Reveals The Next Heirs To The Carter Empire

 

Last night, I was nice and snuggly in my bed scrolling through Instagram waiting for the minute my brain would go to sleep. When suddenly, out of nowhere, something happened that actually kept me up for a whole additional hour. As if I didn't have to be at work bright and early in the morning.

Queen Bey released a photo of the twins and I am in awe of their beauty! We have our baby boy and girl who will fight for truth! Not only did Bey serve us the most gorgeous set of twins, she confirmed their names, Sir Carter and Rumi, which we already knew and showed us the snap back was real!

We already had an inkling of the names because Jay-Z and Beyoncé trademarked the twin's names on Monday, June 26, a few days after the twins were born. They did the same with Blue Ivy but the initial trademark was rejected due to a wedding planner's company that had been operating under the name Blue Ivy since 2009. Eventually they did get approval for Blue Ivy Carter because who really tells Queen Bey no? No one, that's who.

How does she keep playing with us like this? She dropped not one but TWO visual albums in the dead of night and now this. I literally lose sleep whenever Bey hits us with these life-changing events. I'm amazed at how we keep letting sis surprise us! We aren't mad of course, we'd just love some notice before you tug at our heartstrings Bey, that's all.

We did not expect a family photo until the twins were about three years old but on their 1-month birthaversary we were blessed to see the two new melanin filled heirs to the Carter Empire.

Thanks for showing us our new little niece and nephew Bey, we can finally rest knowing what those precious angel faces look like.

Also give us the snap back diet and workout plans because that tummy is on flat flat!

Congrats to the entire Carter family!

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