Beyonce, who gave birth to twins — Sir and Rumi — is discovering that there will be many sleepless nights to come and there is nothing she and her husband, JAY-Z, can do about it.
Earlier today, the entire Carter family was spotted as they arrived in New York with five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy leading the way as they were heading to their apartment.
The Texan diva looked stylish in a loose fitting outfit, but according to a close source, since welcoming the latest additions to her family, Queen Bey, who thought she had it all figured out, is discovering otherwise.
Thank goodness for great makeup and perfect lighting because behind the beautiful Instagram photos, there is a mother who is tired, sleepy, and sometimes confused.
The four-month-old babies are king and queen in the home, and their parents and an army of nannies must obey their every command or should we say cry.
The insider claimed: “After raising Blue Ivy for five years, Beyonce really thought she had the whole parenting thing in the bag — but oh boy was she in for a shock! Everything she thought she knew is out the window when it comes to twins. Beyonce knew it would not be easy, and that two newborns mean twice the work, but she really didn’t imagine it would be THIS hard.”
The person went on to say: “Even though they are only four months old, they already have really different personalities — Sir is super sweet, happy, and calm, while Rumi is a tiny bunch of energy and mischief. Both Beyonce and Jay have hardly slept since the twins were born, but they finally seem to be getting the babies into a routine, and they feel like things are definitely getting a little easier.”
While the two mega stars do have hectic schedules, they do make extra efforts to keep the passion alive.
The family friend shared: “Despite having newborn twins though, as well as a five-year-old, Beyonce and Jay are still managing to make time for each other, and their marriage is stronger than ever. Although they are completely exhausted, and it seems like feedings and dirty diapers now consume life, they would not change a thing.”
In a few months, things might be a little better with the twins.