Most people who pay any attention to the news, or at least entertainment news, are probably aware by now that Beyoncé gave birth to twins in mid-June. But what we don't know is, where have Beyoncé and her Bey-bies been since then? There are a few clues about where Beyoncé and the twins are right now, but of course, nothing about their whereabouts has been officially announced. In fact, not much is known yet about the new babies at all.
Update: Beyoncé and JAY-Z have reportedly filed documents to get the names Rumi and Sir trademarked, which has led many to believe that those are the names the couple has chosen for the twins. The couple still hasn't confirmed the twins' birth, and a representative for the couple did not respond regarding confirmation of the twins' birth or their names.
Earlier: CNN reported on June 19 that Beyoncé gave birth to her twins with husband JAY-Z recently. There was no further information about the gender of the babies, or their names, but the internet and Beyoncé's devoted fans celebrated anyway. And since then, it's been hard to figure out where the celebrity couple, their newborns, and their daughter, 5-year-old Blue Ivy, are exactly.
Beyoncé and her husband have been fairly quiet about where they are, and with good reason. They likely want their privacy right now as they're getting to know their new babies. But the internet doesn't let things like this lie, and there are a few hints floating around as to where Beyoncé and the babies may be now, a few weeks out from their reported birth.
According to E News, "multiple sources" have confirmed that Beyoncé and JAY-Z's twins have left the hospital. The outlet reported that one source said that the babies "looked healthy," and are now at home. But where is home, exactly?
Architectural Digest reported that, as of June 26, Beyoncé and JAY-Z are renting a home in Malibu for $400,000 a month. That's a serious rent check to cut. However, that publication also reported that the couple seem to be on the lookout for a more permanent residence, and have toured other properties in the area.
Another source reportedly told People that the pop power couple are having trouble finding a home that they like. They are looking in Los Angeles and reportedly have a $100 million budget, according to a "real estate source," who told People:
They want to find the perfect house to buy for their family, but they haven’t found it yet.
Supposedly, Beyoncé and JAY-Z are looking at Beverly Hills, Bel Air, and Holmby Hills in particular, but who knows if that's really true, or if that's where they'll even end up in the end.
And though there hasn't even been an official announcement from Beyoncé about the birth of her twins or where it took place, there were some pretty serious clues that it happened at a Los Angeles hospital. According to E News, an "unidentified woman" was seen on June 16 at the hospital in question, carrying a bouquet of flowers and balloons that included a card that read, "B & J." Beyoncé and JAY-Z, anyone?
Plus, JAY-Z was seen leaving a hospital in Los Angeles, according to an article published by TMZ on June 19. He didn't say anything to the photographers who questioned him, but based on multiple reports, he was probably there because Beyoncé gave birth in the medical facility.
And it would make sense that, if the twins were born at an L.A. hospital — and had "minor" medical issues, according to In Touch Weekly — Beyoncé and her husband are possibly renting a place nearby that they brought their new babies home to.
The truth is, the public doesn't know exactly where Beyoncé and the twins are right now. JAY-Z is, as of Friday, probably pretty focused on promoting his new album, 4:44, which was released on his Tidal streaming music service at midnight. So we might see more of him in the coming days.
Or, we might not. Honestly, the parents have every right to their privacy right now, as they bond with their new babies and make memories with the twins and their daughter, Blue. And we will all just have to wait patiently until they decide to share any news about their little family, or where they might be, with the rest of us.