We’ve seen a lot of questions about whether or not Beyoncé and Jay Z left the twins at home to hit up the Made in America festival — and the answer is no.
2-month-old Rumi and Sir Carter were bundled up and with their famous parents at the event.
The pop star and mother of three, including 2-month-old twins, will turn 35 on Monday and kicked off the celebrations early on Saturday at the Budweiser’s Made In America Festival in Philadelphia, where she is supporting husband Jay-Z, a headliner, and sister Solange, who also performed.
Bey and Jay brought their kids with them; the twins, Rumi and Sir, were bundled up and spotted with the family in a private area, E! News has learned exclusively. Daughter Blue Ivy was also seen with her parents, watching the performers. Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s mothers also attended.
Sipping D’USSÉ VSOP cognac to help celebrate the launch of the company’s new 200ml bottle, Beyoncé, who was dressed casually in a red and white tee, a tan, patterned Gucci jacket and matching cap and Daisy Dukes, and Jay-Z watched hip-hop star Cardi B perform onstage as it rained. She also hung out backstage with Bey.
Despite the rain, Bey and Jay still looked like they were having a great time; They danced together and looked really happy, E! News has learned. The two also watched Migos from a private area.
E! News has also learned that on Sunday, Beyoncé and Jay watched 21 Savage perform and that the duo were really close to each other and looking like a really cute couple.
A source tells E! News that the mother of three was in a great mood and smiling.
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@BeyLegion) September 4, 2017