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Beyonce Gives Birth & Welcomes Twins With Jay Z

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Beyonce is a mom of three! The pop superstar gave birth to her twins with husband Jay Z "earlier this week," according to a report today from both US Weekly and People. Details on the babies' genders or names have not yet been revealed, so #twinwatch continues. 

In the weeks prior to the babies' birth, Beyonce's mom Tina Knowles Lawson told Extra's Mario Lopez that her eldest daughter was "feeling really good." The grandma also shared, "It's the biggest blessing. I'm so excited!"

Bey's mama also told The Insider, "It's very different from the last time, so she's feeling a little heavy, but there's two babies. Yeah, she's beautiful, glowing! Double glowing!" You can certainly tell in this shot Bey shared of herself with proud big sis Blue Ivy.

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Nonetheless, the power couple anticipates the usual challenges that come with not just one but two newborns. "Even though she and Jay have a large staff, Bey likes to be a hands-on mom, and she knows that twins are going to be exhausting!" a source told HollywoodLife.com on May 15. "But, she's always been a high-energy person, and isn't somebody who needs a ton of sleep, so she's banking on that standing in her favor."

Also in the lead-up to the twins' arrival, fans have of course been thrilled to be treated to Bey rocking the most stunning maternity styles. She's posted chic look after chic look to her Instagram and flaunted her bump at red carpet events like the Grammys (that ruby red Peter Dundas gown, though!) and the 2017 Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles

And who could forget the flowery pregnancy announcement that kicked off all the hoopla? It's one that's sure to be imitated for years to come.

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Now, we can also look forward to all of the sweet moments to come between Bey and her twins! Congratulations to the family of five! 

Originally on CafeMom

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