Beyoncé and Jay-Z Re-Introduce the Twins During OTRII Tour Kick-Off

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Re-Introduce the Twins During OTRII Tour Kick-Off

Everyone got in formation yesterday when Beyoncé and JAY-Z projected images of themselves holding their twins, Rumi and Sir Carter, as they kicked off their On The Run II tour in Cardiff, UK. One message reads "love never changes" while another reads "love is universal".

The location of the photos is unknown, but the green palm trees in the background indicate the couple took the portraits in the tropics.

Beyonce can be seen cradling her newborn tots in the sweet footage, while another clip shows the superstar couple both dressed all in white, presumably renewing their vows on their 10-year wedding anniversary, while the twins look on.

It is unclear who the babies in the photos are and why Beyonce and Jay-Z chose to display these portraits during the tour opening.

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Starting tonight in the United Kingdom, JAY and Bey's worldwide run will focus on a mixture of Europe and North America stops.

Surrounded by a wall of ornate flowers, and with the ocean stretched out behind her, Beyonce looked positively ethereal.

Beyonce and JAY-Z's twins Rumi and Sir Carter were born on 12th June, which was nearly exactly one year ago.

The next tour stop is Glasgow on Saturday and OTRII will hit Vancouver's BC Place on October 2, 2018.

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