Beyoncé offers a rare review of twins Sir and Rumi at three, in the family visual album Black Is King
Beyoncé offered rare reviews of her three-year-old twins Sir and Rumi in a new visual album Black Is King, filled with family views.
The 38-year-old pop diva turned on the Internet this Friday when her new film hit the Disney + streaming platform.
She swings Rumi in her arms during a family photo of three generations and includes a picture of Sir at the end of the film, which is dedicated to him.
Three Generations: Beyoncé is joined by her daughters Blue Ivy, eight, and Rumi, three, as well as her mother, Tina Lawson, on her new visual album Black Is King
Beyonce shares twins, as well as eight-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter with her husband Jay-Z, who also performs.
While visualizing his song Brown Skin Girl, Beyonce poses with both daughters and her mother, Tina Lawson.
All four wear appropriate floral outfits when they gather in the meadow, as if standing behind a portrait.
Family time: all four wear appropriate floral outfits when they gather in the meadow, as if standing behind a portrait
Star Turn: Blue Ivy makes several visual performances as well as vocal performances in music, including Brown Skin Girl and My Power
Blue Ivy makes several visual appearances and also gives vocal performances in music, including Brown Skin Girl and My Power.
Black King ends with a picture of Rumi’s twin brother, who appears with a text saying that the project is “dedicated to my son, Sir Carter.”
Beyoncé adds with dedication: “And to all our sons and daughters the sun and the moon are hovering for you. You are the keys to the kingdom.
Greatness: When Beyonce rose to fame in the Destiny’s Child group of girls, they were led by her father Matthew Knowles and Tina made their costumes
The celebrity video features legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell of the 90s and Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyongo.
Kelly Rowland, who starred with Beyonce and Michelle Williams in the girls’ group “Destiny’s Child”, is also represented.
Women also remain personal friends, and Tina even named Kelly as one of her daughters in Time magazine.
“Keys to the Kingdom”: Black Is King ends with a picture of Rumi’s twin brother, who appears with a text saying that the project is “dedicated to my son, Sir Carter”