Beyonce introduces her twins Sir Carter and Rumi to the world in another elaborate Instagram post

Channelling her inner Kim from Kath & Kim and standing amongst foliage not seen since last year's David Jones Flower Show, singer Beyonce has officially announced the birth of her twins.

Taking to Instagram on Friday, the 35-year-old mother-of-three, posted a photo of one-month-old Sir Carter and Rumi.

Despite captioning the image with two baby emojis and other outlets reporting the twins are a boy and a girl, the sex of the children remains unconfirmed. 

When Beyonce revealed her twins in an Instgram glamour shoot, mums the world over rolled their eyes. And that's being kind.
When Beyonce revealed her twins in an Instgram glamour shoot, mums the world over rolled their eyes. And that's being kind. Photo: Instagram/@beyonce

Rumi, a 13-century Sunni Muslim poet and Islamic scholar, was male. 

Dressed in a silk floral bed coat, teal bloomers and matching veil, the unofficial queen of the United States is seen cradling the two infants while standing in front of a giant flower wall in a sunny garden.

The image clocked up more than 1 million 'likes' in less than 30 minutes.

Some of her 104 million fans were quick to offer their congratulations.

"I'm getting a photo of these legends on a T-shirt," one zealous well-wisher commented. 

The twins were born on June 14. Several weeks later the names "Rumi Carter" and "Sir Carter" were registered as trademarks with US authorities. The name "Blue Ivy", her eldest daughter, was also registered after her birth five years ago.

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Her latest made-for-social-media artwork/birth announcement shares many similar creative tropes with her previous work and is the latest instalment of the photo series: "Beyonce Is Pregnant With Twins"; which kicked off back in February when she published an image to inform her fans/the world she was expecting twins.

The singer, who is married to rapper Jay-Z Carter, was then captured kneeling in front of a bouquet of flowers dressed in lingerie, wearing a pale yellow veil and cradling her baby bump.

The photo, which paid tribute to Oshun, the goddess of water, fertility and love, went on to become Instagram's most liked image, accruing more than 7.2 million likes in less than 24 hours.

 

Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today.

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