That’s amazing’ that I arguably think any woman deserves, particularly someone who has clearly worked herself body, mind, heart, soul, and spirit to get to that place.” “We are overflowing with love and gratitude and can’t wait to introduce him to his big sister and brother,” she tweeted at the time.
But fittingly, Beyoncé returned to the medium where we first learned about the Knowles-Carter twins to give us an update. In a video posted to Instagram looking back on 2020, Beyoncé gave fans a rare glimpse of her family life, including an adorable updated look at her toddlers.
Blue Ivy is also shown in the video recording her part of the song “Brown Skin Girls,” for which she was nominated for a Grammy herself. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article.
Then, with the golf cart stopped, the singer asks her daughter, “How do you feel about your summer this year?” Elsewhere in the video, Blue Ivy is seen recording her part of the song “Brown Skin Girls” as Beyoncé looks on proudly.
The video then shows headlines about how Blue Ivy became one of the youngest Grammy nominees ever. A tabloid recently published photos of the New York City rapper without his wedding ring during a “boys’ weekend” in Hawaii.
Next they drop “Crazy in Love,” which is possibly one of the most fun songs to dance to with your friends. Nonfamous couples usually make their big debut on Instagram or by changing their relationship status on Facebook.
Dave Hogan/Getty ImagesAfter years together Beyoncé starts getting a bit of wedding fever. She even says that her fellow Destiny’s Child members, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, will be her bridesmaids.
While performing “Love on Top” at the VMS, she tells the crowd, “I want you to stand up on your feet. The Knowles-Carter dynasty grows when Bey and Jay welcome their first child, Blue Ivy Carter, in New York City on January 7, 2012.
Bey reminds the world of her talent and her influence by performing a rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at President Barack Obama’s inauguration. The doc includes surprising revelations and sweet clips showing their family life.
Then Bey shocks the world by dropping her surprise visual self-titled album. After the Met Gala on May 7, footage surfaces of Beyoncé’s sister, Orange Knowles, seemingly attacking Jay in an elevator at an after-party.
Later they release the following statement : “There has been a great deal of speculation about what triggered the unfortunate incident. The reports of Orange being intoxicated or displaying erratic behavior throughout that evening are simply false.
The drama continues when Orange discusses the elevator incident in Lucky, saying, “What’s important is that my family and I are all good. Mike Coppola/Getty ImagesThis is when the reign of Queen Bey reaches new heights.
Her performance at the Super Bowl halftime show is more important than the game itself (if you ask us). Just two months after her knockout performance, she drops her visual album Lemonade on HBO.
Songs (and certified bops) like “Hold Up” and “Sorry” don't make it sound like her home life is going well. Fans begin analyzing the lyrics to figure out who, exactly, “Becky with the good hair” is and what she did.
Later that month, Jay drops his album 4:44, which seems to confirm his infidelity. “And if my children knew, I don’t even know what I would do / If they ain’t look at me the same / I would Polly die with all the shame.” Sigh.
She also creates a visual album inspired by music from The Lion King. Jay, born Shawn Corey Carter, has accomplished so much in his life, including growing his family with his incredible wife, Beyoncé.
Beyoncé stunned her fans by posting a photo of herself cradling the babies while wearing a gorgeous dress, and everyone was absolutely SHOOK! She also shared a glimpse of them in a video from her 2018 in review, which featured some footage from her and Jay’s vow renewal ceremony.
Since then, the twins have been captured in photos during family vacations, as well as in the Disney+ film Black Is King, which Beyoncé dedicated to her son.