Beyoncé just blessed us with our first glimpse of her twins since last summer

We haven't seen Rumi and Sir since their European family vacation in 2018, but getting another glimpse of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's cuties was definitely worth the wait

Beyoncé just blessed us with our first glimpse of her twins since last summer

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Blue Ivy may have been her parents' date to 2018 the Grammys, but Beyoncé and Jay-Z definitely aren't over-sharers when it comes to their children—especially twins Rumi and Sir. Last summer, we got a glimpse of the adorable pair yachting with their parents during the European leg of their On The Run II tour, but they didn't give fans another look until almost a year later.

And it was totally worth the wait!

Beyonce and Rumi Photo: Netflix

In the new trailer for Beyoncé's Netflix special, Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, the doting mom shares two intimate clips with her 22-month-old babes. In the first, she plants a sweet smooch on Sir's head while he gazes at the camera. This is followed by a special mother-daughter moment, where Queen Bee smiles down at her little girl, who holds a green toy and wears a cute striped headband.

The documentary drops on April 17, and you can expect to see more candid family moments as the Lion King star shares her journey of conceptualizing 2018's historic Coachella performance and turning that vision into a reality as the festival's first-ever black female headliner.

Beyonce and Sir Photo: Getty Images

And don't think they've left out the sassiest member of the fam, 7-year-old Blue Ivy! The couple's firstborn has already mastered red-carpet realness and can raise a paddle at an art auction like it's no biggie, but we didn't realize she's inherited Beyoncé's moves, too. Blue joins her mom and a group of dancers in another clip, sitting on a chair as she shows off her hair-flipping prowess during rehearsals.


When Beyoncé's doctors told her to drop out of her 2017 headlining spot at the California festival, it was because she was pregnant with Rumi and Sir and advised to "keep a less rigorous schedule." Little did she know that two years later she'd be kissing and cuddling them in a special that she directed about a show that made history. #goals

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