Celebrities who post pictures of their children on social media should be prosecuted, the actress Romola Garai has suggested, as Beyoncé Knowles-Carter released the first image of her twins on Instagram.
The Beyhive was sent into overdrive wondering why the superstar wrote "Sir Carter" and not "Rumi Carter", leading fans to think that Bey's son's name could possibly be Sir Carter Carter. Although she and husband Jay Z did their best to keep it quiet, the world roared with excitement the moment the twins' births were confirmed.
Now initially, fans celebrated the fact that the baby twins had finally arrived and graced us with their presence. Blue Ivy was her favourite photo-buddy and the results were simply adorable - there's proof on her Instagram.
It's nearly like she saw everyone freaking out and knew she had to say something to help calm fans down.
The accompanying caption said: "We would like to share our love and happiness". The 35-year-old singer welcomed Sir and Rumi with Jay Z, on June 13.
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Beyoncé has given the world a flash of her baby twins, who were born a month ago.
It recalls Beyonce's photoshoot where she announced her pregnancy, which saw her visibly pregnany and kneeling in front of a similar floral arrangement with a blue backround.
In just a few short hours, the Instagram photo has climbed to well over 6.6 million likes, and garnered thousands of congratulatory comments and excited emojis from the #BEYHIVE (naturally).