Update: Now that Beyoncé and Jay Z’s boy and girl twins are home from the hospital, the family has gotten down to business, and in so doing has perhaps tipped off the names of their newborns. According to TMZ, a company run by Beyoncé and Jay-Z that owns the trademarks to their names has filed legal documents to secure the rights to the names, and they are Rumi Carter and Sir Carter.
According to the article, “The trademarks are for fragrances, cosmetics, key chains, baby teething rings, strollers, mugs, water bottles, hair ribbons, playing cards, tote bags, sports balls and rattles and novelty items.”
No official word yet from Beyoncé, who hasn’t updated her Instagram account since May 30, 2017.
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Congrats and cigars are (probably) in order! Multiple outlets are reporting that Beyoncé and Jay Z‘s twin babies have arrived safely in the world, having been born either Monday night or Tuesday morning (June 12th or 13th, 2017, making them Geminis) in a Los Angeles hospital. The birth brings to light two very good reasons why Jay-Z wasn’t able to attend his induction into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame on Thursday night.
According to Showbiz411, which broke the story, “There’s plenty of press set up at the hospital. Most of them spotted a woman coming in on Friday with a balloon and flowers baby gift that you wouldn’t bring unless the mother had given birth.”
Beyoncé, 35, and her husband, Jay Z, 47, married in April 2008, and are parents to five-year-old Blue Ivy Carter, born January 7, 2012.
No word yet on the sex of the babies or their names. For that matter, there hasn’t been an official confirmation from the parents or any of their relatives, which leaves open the small possibility that all of the above is false. Probably not though.