The queen has given birth!
After months of slaying us with her maternity style, Beyoncé is finally a mommy of three! She welcomed her twins — during Gemini season, of course — with husband Jay Z earlier this week, according to Us Weekly.
Bey gave birth to a baby girl and a baby boy, Us Weekly reported. Their names have yet to be announced.
Fans first started speculation that the 35-year-old was in labor after a user told The Shade Room that, according to a friend who works at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Beyoncé arrived at the hospital on Tuesday, June 13 with her team and staff shut down the fifth floor so that she could give birth in private.
The anonymous source also claimed that the legendary hairstylist Chuck Amos shared a photo with Bey yesterday, telling her to "hang in there," which many believe was his way of wishing her luck in her labor.
Yoncé first announced she was pregnant with twins with a now-iconic maternity photo back in February. In the shot, she cradled her baby bump as she kneeled in front of a gorgeous floral backdrop.
"We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over," she wrote in the caption. "We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes."
The twins are babies No. 2 and No. 3 for Bey and Jay, since the couple already has a five-year-old daughter named Blue Ivy. And just like they spoil their adorable little girl with lavish gifts — like a $2,100 Gucci dress — they're also preparing to spoil their new bundles of joy! Sources previously revealed to Life and Style that the power couple spent $500,000 to design an over-the-top nursery featuring a $20,000 galaxy-themed mural on the ceiling, a fireplace, walk-in closets, and a movie theater.
"Bey and Jay knocked out a wall between two bedrooms to create a master suite-size nursery inside their LA home,” the source said. "The twins will have matching cribs and rockers and designer sheets totaling $30,000, plus a $50,000 state-of-the-art sound system."