Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Re-Introduce the Twins During OTRII Tour Kick-Off

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Re-Introduce the Twins During OTRII Tour Kick-Off

Beyonce and JAY-Z kicked off their long-awaited On The Run II tour and during its opening night in Cardiff, the show unveiled new images of the couple holding twins as part of the video interlude.

In the footage, Jay Z can be seen wearing a white suit alongside Beyoncé, who is wearing a white dress and a veil.

It wasn't until Beyonce's mum, Tina Lawson, posted an image to her own Instagram this morning showing the real Sir and Rum - and they are cute! According to various reports - all featuring confirmations from the singer's rep - the babies in the photo are not Sir and Rumi.

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The crooner has pulled through to share an epic-looking shot of herself alongside rap hubby JAY-Z at the start of their On The Run II global tour.

In videos captured by fans and shared on social media, the two appear to renew their vows, most likely in honor of their 10th anniversary.

Pictures of those visuals subsequently went viral after many fans became convinced that the babies featured in the clip were the couple's twin children, Rumi and Sir Carter.

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So, who are these mystery children, and how did they end up in the arms of music's now reigning power couple?

The tour kicked off in Europe and will move to the United States in July.

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