After keeping the fans waiting for the big announcement of the twins' arrival, Beyoncé's father, Mathew Knowles, personally welcomed the birth of her daughter and jay z's babies on Sunday. The 65-year-old talent manager and businessman took to social media to confirm that his daughter has already given birth. Aside from that, Mr. Knowles did not reveal further details about the singer's delivery.

Gender reveal

Neither of the parents has spoken about the matter, however, a TMZ report claimed that Queen Bey gave birth to her twins on Monday, June 12, at a hospital in Los Angeles.

The publication added that doctors have reportedly advised the parents to keep the babies admitted after a "minor issue" which was not explained. Another insider assured the news outlet that the "Crazy In Love" singer is doing just fine but has decided to remain at the hospital for the time being.

Meanwhile, several sources confirmed to US Magazine that Beyoncé gave birth to a baby boy and baby girl last week. Before these reports came out, Jay Z's absence at the 48th Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Gala last Thursday has led the fans to believe that his other half might have given birth to their twins.

Not only that, the "99 Problems" artist was even seen near an L.A. hospital with his daughter, Blue Ivy, on the day of the award ceremony.

"Blessed two times over"

The 35-year-old singer and songwriter announced she is pregnant with twins in February. In an Instagram post, Beyoncé thanked her fans for their well wishes and said that they are grateful that their little family will soon welcome two additional members.

Before they became a family, Beyoncé and Jay Z started out as friends before they became official somewhere between 2000 and 2001.

Queen Bey was then 19, while the rapper was 31. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Destiny's Child lead singer said their constant communication played has a crucial role in the early stage of their relationship.

The couple kept their romance under wraps for several years until they got married in a private ceremony in 2008.

The female artist got pregnant in 2011, but unfortunately had a miscarriage. They finally welcomed their first child, Blue Ivy, on January 12, 2012.

Two years later, the Carters were mired in divorce rumors which were later shut down when Jay Z and Blue Ivy attended the MTV VMAs in Los Angeles to present Queen Bey's Video Vanguard Award. Just this April, the couple celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary.