Beyonce, Jay Z hire 6 nannies for twins

by Wade Massey July 30, 2017, 0:10
Beyonce, Jay Z hire 6 nannies for twins

From the pregnancy announcement picture to the twins' first photo shoot, the couple go all out in everything they do, and the latest update from the Carter family is no different.

It's well known that Beyoncé and Jay-Z don't do anything by halves.

The Lemonade superstar and her 4:44 rapping husband renewed their vows once before in 2014 during a birthday trip to Corsica, Daily Mail reported.

This doesn't include the two nannies that Jay and B already have for their five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.

That's THREE nannies per child.

"Beyonce wants to wipe the slate clean and bring the family back together".

The world's most famous couple - who recently welcomed twins Rumi and Sir Carter into the world - are ready to commit to each other once again with a super cute ceremony to reaffirm their love. They've experienced some seriously hard situations, but they've pulled through it'.

The couple both know that "their marriage has suffered" because of all the focus they put towards their individual careers.

"Most new moms of twins struggle to even function at this stage, but Beyonce is thriving".

Post baby: "She is slowly starting to get back to her 'normal" life, ' a source told the magazine.

A source said: "Beyonce is incredible, she is clocking hardly any sleep right now, but she's full of energy and life!"

So, the fans of Beyonce and Jay-Z can expect to see them together with their kids for the rapper's upcoming tour.

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