LEGAL documents filed by Beyoncé and Jay-Z may have revealed the names of their twins.
A trademark application filed on Monday points to the newborns being named Rumi and Sir Carter, reports TMZ.
The documents were filed by the same company that trademarked Blue Ivy’s name earlier this year, the website points out.
The twins were reportedly born on June 12 at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. According to TMZ, a “minor issue” prevented the couple from taking their babies home right away.
The Lemonade singer’s dad, Matthew Knowles, confirmed the infants’ arrival on Instagram with a birthday message. “They’re here!” he captioned a photo of a digital card.
Bey, 35, and Jay, 47 — who are also parents to 5-year-old daughter Blue Ivy — revealed in February that they were expecting twins. They tied the knot in 2008.
According to TMZ, the trademarks are for cosmetics, baby items and all sorts of other novelties.
The news of their babies names comes less than a day after Jay Z released his new album 4:44 that contains several lyrics seeming to confirm his rumoured infidelity.
On his new album, Jay-Z says sorry to Beyonce for his past “womanising” and claims the birth of their first child, daughter Blue Ivy, five years ago made him see the error his ways.
Jay-Z raps: “I apologise, often womanise/Took for my child to be born/See through a woman’s eyes/Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles/Took me too long for this song/I don’t deserve you.”
Another verse includes the lyrics: “And if my children knew, I don’t even know what I would do.