- Beyoncè is fiercely protective of her growing family and so she should be
- The mother of three rarely reveals the faces of her three children and when she does, the pics are always of a happy day
- The Single Ladies singer gave a sneak peek into moments from her 38th birthday celebrations
American queen of pop Beyoncè is a lady who values her privacy above all else.
She only shares snippets of her life and ensures that her kids are protected from the snares and stares of the public.
But when she decides to give a brief glimpse into her beautiful life, it usually makes the wait worth it.
The 38-year-old mother of three who almost never shows her fans the faces of her youngest twins decided to give her Beyhive members a rare treat.
The Single Ladies hitmaker posted a video and an adorable photo of all her three children living it up during her birthday in September 2020.
Rumi and Sir are all grown and looked like daddy Jay-Z’s complete replicas. They are taller, cuter and bolder. As they say, a picture speaks a thousand words.
One of the tiny duo was seated on mama’s laps and their eldest sibling Blue Ivy stood on the side as she watched Beyoncè blow out her candles.
The musician was as happy as she could be and all the behind-the-scenes photos looked both raw and full of love.
The Drunk in Love singer shared them on her website Beyonce.com and as soon as her fans had a look, their hearts melted.
In other Beyoncè related news by Briefly.co.za, the mum of three came out guns blazing in a trademark war with a wedding planner over the name Blue Ivy, calling her daughter a cultural icon.
She had been fighting the wedding planner, Wendy Morales, who has an events planning company with the same name and claims that people will get confused between her company and her daughter.
The Blast reported that in court documents, Beyoncè claimed that she should be allowed to trademark her daughter’s name as Blue Ivy is a cultural icon and that should be reflected legally.
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