Guess what, guys? It's finally happened, the moment you've all been waiting for: Beyoncé's Blessed Twins have arrived, according to multiple sources who spoke with US Weekly on Saturday night. Of course, there's one caveat: the couple has yet to confirm that the twins have, in fact, been born, and there are few details available on the internet: we don't know the twins' names, nor do we know their actual birth date. But that hasn't stopped members of the Beyhive from promptly losing their freaking minds about it. Here are the 13 best memes welcoming Beyoncé and Jay Z's twins to the world.
As we all know, back in February Beyoncé announced that she was expecting twins with husband Jay Z in an Instagram post that quickly became one of the most-liked posts of all time. Since then, fans have scoured the internet for clues about what the twins' names will be, and earlier today, rumors surfaced that the babies had been born after blue and pink balloons marked "B" and "J" were spotted outside a Los Angeles hospital. Some fans also noted they saw increased security outside of Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, which would seem to indicate that the royal duo had finally arrived.
Although Bey and Jay have yet to comment on the twins' arrival, the internet has already gotten the party started. Although a few Beyhive members are remaining skeptical (or are at least waiting for their Queen's signal to start the celebrations), many are already tweeting memes celebrating the birth of the twins. Here are a few of the best ones.
Some people started celebrating at work.
Some people were particularly blown away by the fact that Beyoncé apparently gave birth to Geminis. (Geminis, FWIW, are born between May 21 and June 20. Their symbol is the twin, which is obviously apropos in this case.)
Some people speculated what the labor might have actually been like.
Some Internet sleuths were on the hunt for confirmation.
Some people wanted Bey to just get on with it and confirm the twins had been born or post a photo of the babies on Instagram so they could enjoy their Saturday nights.
And some people don't believe that the twins were actually born to begin with.
Whether you're on #TeamWaitForBeyoncéAnnounce or #TeamThankTheGoodLordTheTwinsHaveComeToSaveUsFromOurDeepDark Hell, congratulations to the happy couple!