Beyoncé debuts new photo of her adorable 13-month-old twins Sir and Rumi

After fooling everybody by holding somebody else's babies on tour earlier this year, Beyoncé has released an actual photo of her twins Sir and Rumi.

 

After fooling everybody by holding somebody else’s babies on tour earlier this year, Beyoncé has released an actual photo of her twins Sir and Rumi.

The new pic, which shows the 13-month olds laughing and playing on Beyoncé’s lap, was taken during the singer and hubby Jay-Z‘s European family vacation. The two superstars are taking a break from their On the Run Tour II. Big sister Blue also made the journey with her famous fam.

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The photo Beyoncé posted to her eponymous website on Wednesday has been getting lots of attention all over the internet since it’s the first picture she has shared of the twins since the goddess-like newborn photo she released last year.

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The public did get to see the twins’ faces last month though when Beyoncé’s mom Tina Lawson posted a pic of the dynamic duo, proclaiming them as “her babies.”

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Beyoncé Loves the Kids

Beyoncé made good on her Beychella promise and funded college scholarships for several HBCU students.

The eight recipients of the 2018-2019 Homecoming Scholars Award all hail from different HBCUs. Each will be awarded $25,000.

The Beyoncé Honor Roll:

Allana J. Barefield, Xavier University

Erin Evans, Wilberforce University

Caleb Washington, Tuskegee University

Demetrius Weaver, Bethune-Cookman University

Jordan Davis, Texas Southern University

Dartisha Mosley, Fisk University

Cletus Emokpae, Grambling State University

Kameron Willis, Morehouse College

According to the official announcement of the winners, “the 2018-2019 disciplines include literature, creative arts, African-American studies, science, education, business, communications, social sciences, computer science, engineering and more. All applicants must maintain a 3.5 GPA or above.”

The scholarship is part of the singer’s BeyGOOD initiative, which launched in 2017. The Formation Scholars Award Program, specifically for female students, was launched that same year. Beyoncé’s new scholarship program is open to all qualifying college students regardless of gender.

 

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