BEYONCE and Jay-Z gave a rare glimpse of three-year-old twins, Rumi and Sir, as they stepped off their private plane in the Hamptons on Friday.
The superstar couple were joined by eight-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, for the upstate New York family getaway six days after their youngest duo’s birthday.
As Beyonce, 38, exited the jet, she can be seen holding Rumi in her arms as they walked down the steps.
The Formation singer looked comfortable in a set of grey sweatpants and a sweatshirt.
She matched her outfit with the same color protective face mask as she carried her daughter.
Rumi, who is hardly ever pictured in public with her famous parents, wore an adorable pink hoodie and a turquoise skirt.
The toddler had pink clips in her hair as she buried her face in her mom’s neck as they walked on the airport’s runway.
Jay-Z, 50, held tight to Sir as the boys walked off the black-and-white painted plane.
The rapper’s son wore navy blue shorts and and a white t-shirt that was complimented by green socks with his sneakers.
Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter rocked a matching black sweatsuit while also wearing a face mask.
The die-hard New York Yankees fan sported a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap in East Hampton.
BET-nominated daughter, Blue Ivy, trailed behind her family in pink and grey camouflage sweatpants and sweater.
Since the twins were born on June 13, 2017, they have rarely been photographed.
However, at the time of posting weeks after their birth, Beyonce’s most-liked Instagram post was the arrival of the brother-sister duo.
It is the first time Jay-Z and Beyonce have been pictured together since February.
The couple attended Super Bowl LIV on February 2 and came under fire for not standing during the national anthem.
The rapper said the pair were in “artist mode” at the Super Bowl during the national anthem[/caption]
As singer Demi Lovato, 27, stunned with her version of the Star Spangle Banner at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, the Lion King star and her husband sat the entire time.
After days of backlash, the hip-hop mogul insisted the pair “immediately jumped into artist mode” as reason for not getting on their feet.
Speaking at an event held at Columbia University on February 5, the Empire State of Mind rapper explained: “It actually wasn’t [a protest]. Sorry.
“I’m really just looking at the show. The mics starts. Was it too low to start?”
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He claimed that his wife – who previously performed at the Super Bowl in 2013 – was sharing what she thought was going through Demi’s head in the seconds before she started singing.
The Roc Nation founder continued: “We were talking about how beautiful she looks.
“And how she sounds and what she’s gone through in her life for her to be on the stage and we’re so proud of her.”