Beyoncé and Jay-Z have done it again! They have mastered the art of keeping secrets about their lives until they are ready for fans to know. The Carter's welcomed the twins two weeks ago, but details of the birth have been kept under wraps-- until now. Earlier reports suggested that the twins were girls after a hint from President Barack Obama, but later reports indicate that the twins, one boy and one girl, were named Bea and Shawn after their famous parents, however, new details have eliminated those claims.

What we learned about the names of the twins:

According to trademark documents filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the twins may be named Rumi and Sir Carter.

According to PEOPLE magazine, Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s company filed paperwork to trademark the names for everything from fragrances, and cosmetics to baby gear, tote bags, and water bottles. The trademark news comes as no surprise as the twins will join their big sister in business with the announcement in February that Blue will launch her own beauty line. The billionaire moguls are apparently wasting no time protecting the names of their legacy.

This news comes on the heels of Jay-Z's dropping his new album "4:44" where he reveals private details about his family, including the fact that the twins were conceived naturally. The timing of the album dropping and the reveal of the name of the twins, the Carter's continue to prove that they are masters of PR and marketing.

The Carter's twins were at UCLA Medical Center for nearly two weeks due to premature birth. They were reportedly held under lights with round the clock care possibly to cure jaundice. Beyoncé and babies have since been released, and the growing family has reportedly settled into a Malibu mansion going for $400,000 per month until they find a permanent home in Los Angeles.

The spacious property sits on 6.3 acres, with 10 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and a 25-foot pool.

2017 is proving to be a great year for the Carters as the power couple has brought home several monumental awards. Jay-Z was recently inducted into the Songwriter's Hall Of Fame becoming the first hip-hop artist recipient, and Beyoncé received the BET's viewer's choice award for her hit single, "Sorry."

Carter family fans are sitting on the edge of their seats wondering when they will catch a glimpse of the new babies.

After the birth of big sister Blue Ivy Carter, Beyoncé and Jay-Z opted for a more quiet release of photos using the tumbler platform instead of a national magazine. We can only hope that the Carter's will share their joy with the world once again by introducing us to Rumi and Sir Carter in the near future.

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