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Mom hilariously recreates Beyoncé’s photo with newborn twins

Beyoncé left us genuinely shook on Friday when she uploaded a photo of her cradling her two one-month old twins, Rumi and Sir Carter. Kellaway had her 6-year-old as the photographer for her shoot, joking on Facebook, “I wonder how many photos Beyoncé had to get through to get the right one”. “I pulled it from the dress-up box”, she said. “But it went mad straight away, I had people asking me to make the post public so they could share it”, said Sharon.Kellaway said she made a decision to parody the Beyonce photo because she thought the singer “looked so unrealistic”, according to the Daily Mail. “My daughter Megan was rushing because her friends were waiting for her, so I just grabbed the blanket off the line and got her to take a few quick pictures”. Sharon Kellaway made a decision to strike a similar pose of a floral photo shoot that of Beyonce.The mother stepped out in her backyard in Cork, Ireland, with a pink owl-patterned fleece blanket draped over her shoulders and enlisted her six-year-old daughter to snap the images, which soon went viral on social media.But she was quick to add that she is a massive fan of Beyonce, writing: “Ps. love Beyonce“.Have a look at the picture and you will not fail to commit how adorable the twins are! Beyonce and Jay Z have recently been blessed with twins, Sir Carter and Rumi. Sir is a prefix that is used as a title before a man’s name whereas Rumi is a Japanese girl’s name. According to Queen Bey’s Instagram, it appears she and Jay Z had a sweet date night that, of course, was on a whole other level. Tina shared a selection of quotes from the 13th century Persian poet Rumi, highlighting in the caption that “Rumi” it’s not only lovely but logical.While we’re still twiddling our thumbs as we wait for more info about these famous little bundles, we so appreciate the breadcrumbs that family members like Tina have been dropping to satiate our appetite for news.