Becoming a mother for the first time in 2012 with the birth of little Blue-Ivy, Beyoncé welcomed twins on June 12, 2017: Sir and Rumi. If the singer and her husband, rapper Jay Z show little exposure to their youngest children, it is through her new visual album, Black is King, available on the Disney + platform since Friday, July 31, 2020, that the planetary star wanted to change the given. In the visual for the song Brown Skin Girl, Beyoncé poses with her two daughters, Blue-Ivy (8 years old) and Rumi (3 years old) as well as her mother Tina Lawson. In a beautiful field, the quartet strikes a pose in matching flowered clothes. If the eldest daughter of the star makes several appearances in this visual album, little Sir Carter is not left out.
For her new project, Beyoncé invited many black celebrities to appear alongside her. We can thus see in Black is King the model Naomi Campell, the actress Lupita Nyong’o or Kelly Rowland, ex-Destiny’s Child. If her husband also makes an appearance in this visual album, Pharrell Williams has also signed present. However, if many stars are part of the singer’s project, it is dedicated to her son, Sir Carter. As a photo of the little boy appears at the end of the visual album, Beyoncé shared these few words: “This project is dedicated to my son, Sir Carter. And to all of our sons and daughters, the sun and the moon will light up for you. You are the key to our kingdom. ”
Beyoncé could have lost her twins
If Beyoncé is very close to her children, she had a difficult birth for her twins. In an interview with the American version of Vogue, the star confided: “I was almost 100 kilos the day I gave birth to Sir and Rumi. I was swollen from preeclampsia and I was resting, lying down, for over a month. My health and the health of my babies was at risk, so I had an emergency Caesarean. We spent several weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit. ”
Beyoncé: the star unveils a rare portrait of her twins Sir and Rumi © Disney