Beyoncé offers a rare glimpse of the three, twins Sir and Rumi in the family-filled visual album Black Is King
Beyoncé features rare glimpses of her three-year-old twins, Sir and Rumi, in their family-filled new visual album Black King.
The 38-year-old pop diva rocked the internet this Friday when her new film hit streaming platform Disney +.
She takes Rumi in her arms during a three-generation family photo and includes a photo of Sir at the end of the film, which is dedicated to her.
Three Generations: Beyoncé is joined by her daughters Blue Ivy, Eight, and Rumi, three, as well as her new visual album Black Is King by her mother Tina Lawson
Beyoncé shares twin sons with her husband Jay-Z, as well as her eight-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter, who also makes an appearance.
During the visuals for her song Brown Skin Girl, Beyoncé worked with both of her daughters as well as her mother Ton Lawson.
All four are wearing matching floral outfits as they gather together in a meadow as if standing for a portrait.
Family Time: These four are wearing matching floral outfits as they gather together in a plains such as standing for a portrait.
Star Turn: Blue Ivy makes several appearances in the scene and also performs vocally in music, including Brown Skin Girl and My Power
Blue Ivy has performed several in the scene and also performed vocally in music, including Brown Skin Girl and My Power.
The Black Is King ends with a photo of Rumi’s twin brother who appears with the text stating that the project is ‘dedicated to my son, Sitter.’
Beyoncé said under dedication: ‘And to all our sons and daughters, the sun and the moon bow to you. You are the key to the kingdom. ‘
Grandeur: When Beyoncé gained fame in the girl group Destiny’s Child, she was managed by her father Matthew Knowles and Tina made her costumes
Famous guest stars in the video include 1990s supermodel Naomi Campbell and Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyongo.
Kelly Rowland, who shot to fame in the girl group Destiny’s Child alongside Beyoncé and Michelle Williams, is also featured.
The women also remain personal friends and Tina has also referred to Kelly in an excerpt from Time magazine as her ‘daughters’.
‘Keys to the Kingdom’: Black Is King ends with a photo of Rumi’s twin brother, who appears with the text saying that the project is ‘dedicated to my son Sir Carter’