[MUSIC] [MUSIC] Me and my daughter talk like, I told her to get in the car the other day because she was asking me a thousand questions and we had to leave for school. And I got in the car, and like, I'm faced this way. So we're driving and then I just hear a little voice. Dad, I turn around she said, I didn't like when you told me to get in the car the way you told me. "She's six! 'It hurt my feelings.' I was like, 'That's the most beautiful thing you've ever said to me.'" Blue Ivy Carter is certainly wise beyond her years. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]
Sorry to disappoint, but the babies that of Beyoncé and Jay-Z are holding in visuals that flashed across the arena's big screens are not Rumi and Sir Carter. When Buzzfeed reached out to her reps to get confirmation about the identity of the babies, the couple's rep replied, "It's not [them]."
It's pretty clear why everyone would assume that these photos are of Rumi and Sir. The photos from the concert look like a nod to the first-ever photo that the famous famous couple shared of their two youngest children from their birth announcement last July.
In concert photos, both Beyoncé and Jay-Z are holding one baby in each arm with a screen in the middle that says "love never changes." In the memorable birth announcement post, Beyoncé is cradling her twins in her arms and looks like a goddess surrounded by flowers. While the shots from the concert are more subdued it is very similar.
So who are the babies they're posing with? We're not sure, but sadly it's not Rumi or Sir. Hopefully the couple will share updated photos of the twins, as the last time fans saw a glimpse of them was in the birth announcement post last July. Fingers crossed we'll get some cute snaps soon.