Health Update on Beyoncé & Jay Z's Twins



Pop diva Beyonce and her rap mogul husband Jay Z have welcomed twins, the U.S. singer's father tweeted Sunday, appearing to confirm the arrival of new additions to music's royal family that already includes five-year-old Blue Ivy.

While announcing that the singer had given birth, the host teased, "Beyoncé was surrounded by her husband, their doctor, two nurses, and a man blowing a giant fan through her hair", before adding that his team had secured a picture of the babies.

Bili lights is a form of phototherapy which is created to eliminate high levels of bilirubin in the blood.

Luckily, jaundice isn't usually something to worry too much about, so Bey's babies will hopefully be getting discharged in no time.

Music moguls Jay Z and Beyoncé are going to have to wait a little longer for their newborn twins to head back home.

Meanwhile, a Telegraph report said that Mathew Knowles, the star's father, also confirmed that his daughter had given birth.

"Our sources say the babies are under the lights, ' wrote TMZ on Tuesday (Jun. 20)". Social media has been abuzz since February, when Beyonce made her second pregnancy public. "Even if they were stuck in the hospital, Beyoncé and Jay still had the most handsome Father's Day ...", he explained.

"We have been blessed two times over".

She said when asked about the gender of her grandchildren: "I would be happy with whatever God gives me".

Rumors might be true after a women were seen entering a Hospital in LA on Friday carrying pink and blue balloons and posing a "B+J" card.

"We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes", the famous singer added.

While the world has sought more information about Beyonce's twins, TMZ reports that Beyonce's twin babies were born prematurely. Nobody knows when the babies were born (if they were indeed born), where they are now, what their names will be, and also, how does big sister Blue Ivy feel about this entire situation.

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