Beyonce and Jayz’ adorable twins Rumi and Sir are seen for the first time in 5 months on family holiday in maimi
The super famous couple welcomed their babies in June of this year but have kept them hidden since the first reveal
The 36-year-old superstar looked incredible as she cradled Sir in her arms, while her mum Tina looked after little Rumi.
The twins, who were born five months ago, were also doted on by dad Jay Z, 47, who could be seen grinning from ear to ear as he was surrounded by Beyonce, the babies and their daughter Blue Ivy.
Dressed in a blue swimsuit, Beyonce could be seen walking around the garden as they spent the day relaxing after Jay Z’s gig in the city.
She later changed into a pink skirt and top, as she chatted away to her husband with one of the twins in her arms.
The couple welcomed the twins into the world in June and their proud grandmother, Tina recently revealed she adores being around the “cute” youngsters.
She said: “They’re doing great. They are absolutely beautiful and so much fun. I mean, I haven’t ever been around twins, but it’s so cute, I can hardly take it.
“Yes, [it’s crazy]…it’s just really, really different with two babies. I mean, a boy and a girl. Very different personalities.”
Beyoncé, 36, and 47-year-old Jay are also parents to five-year-old Blue Ivy and their older girl is already a “good sister” to her twin siblings.
Tina said: “She’s a good sister.”
Her husband, Richard Lawson, added to ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “Just seeing her grow up, it’s bringing some maturity. She’s only five, but you can see the transition in terms of her being a little more calm. Because she’s the diva, but she’s sharing her diva-dom.”
Meanwhile, Jay-Z revealed how they picked the twins unusual names.
He said their daughter was named after a Persian poet, mystic and Islamic scholar called Rumi, born over 800 years ago – because he’s his and Bey’s favourite.
The dad-of-three explained to podcast Rap Radar: “Rumi is our favorite poet, so it was for our daughter.”
He added: “And then Sir was, like, man, come out the gate. He carries himself like that. He just came out, like, Sir.”