BEYONCE has always been open about her family life, often giving updates on her three children.
She’s best known for her singing career, but what else is there to know about the Grammy-winning star?
Is Beyoncé pregnant and what are the rumors?
Back on August 7, 2019, Beyoncé took to Instagram where she posted several photos of herself wearing a multicolored ensemble while carefully placing her hand on her stomach.
In other snaps, the former Destiny’s Child star hid her midsection with two arms and a purple purse, which left fans wondering if Bey could really be pregnant for the fourth time.
She and her husband Jay Z are the proud parents of Blue Ivy and twins Rumi and Sir.
“Bey why are you hiding Abdomen Gal!” one fan commented on her Instagram photo while another continued to chime in, “Oh my god this is clear proof that you are clearly pregnant again. My queen with the hints. I love it!”
Beyoncé, has not addressed the slightest subject concerning a possible brioche in the oven.
It should be noted that Beyoncé is no stranger to making shock announcements when you least expect them, and a good example of that would be the first image she shared with fans to reveal her twins.
On July 13, 2017, the Grammy winner looked stunning as she posed with her newborn babies in a floral-themed ensemble, which became the most liked photo on Instagram at the time.
How many kids does Beyoncé have with Jay Z?
Beyoncé and Jay Z share three children together.
The superstar couple welcomed their first-born – Blue Ivy – in January 2012.
The Crazy In Love singer revealed her pregnancy in 2011 at the MTV Video Music Awards when she appeared on the red carpet in a stunning orange dress, cradling her bump for photographers.
And according to the twins’ birth certificates, which were obtained by TMZ, Beyoncé gave birth to Rumi and Sir at 5:13 a.m. local time on June 13, 2017.
Its unusual name of Blue is believed to have been inspired by a passage from Rebecca Solnit’s 2005 novel A Field Guide to Getting Lost.
Her middle name Ivy is believed to refer to the Roman number for four, IV, as the couple find the number meaningful.
Daughter Rumi was born first and little Sir later followed at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.
After the births, the twins were kept in hospital and believed to be receiving mild treatment.
Bile lamps are a form of phototherapy designed to remove high levels of bilirubin from the blood.
It could mean the twins had jaundice – a term used to describe yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes.
Jaundice is common in newborns and is especially common in premature babies.