Beyonce’s daughter Rumi is literally big sister Blue Ivy’s twin in rare picture


These two are absolutely twinning! (Picture: @madonna/Getty)

Fans of Beyonce will be more than used to seeing Blue Ivy with her starring guest appearances on the Renaissance tour but snaps of little Rumi are a rare treat.

In a fabulous picture of Madonna at Beyonce’s gig, both Queens of Pop included their children as they posed backstage.

Fans would be forgiven for mistaking the picture for an archive one as standing with Beyonce is the absolute spitting image of Blue Ivy.

However, the lookalike is not a younger Blue, now 11, but actually a rare picture of daughter Rumi, 6.

We cannot get over how similar the pair look – the genes are clearly strong in this family.

Rumi, along with twin brother Sir, are rarely spotted on social media but the gathering was too iconic not to share.

Blue Ivy, age 6, at the Grammys with her parents (Picture: Michele Crowe/CBS via Getty Images)
Rumi with Beyonce, Madonna, and Madonna’s kids (Picture: Madonna/Instagram)

Madonna was also joined by three of her daughters; Mercy, 17, and twins Stella and Estere, 10, – Lourdes Leon and her sons were not present.

Beyonce gave a shout-out to Madonna during her gig, after the 64-year-old faced a worrying health scare in June before the superstar backstage summit.

She lit up the stage with the words ‘Queen Mother Madonna’ although she also appeared to shade Lizzo by omitting her name from Break My Soul.

The 41-year-old often brings her kids, who she shares with husband of 15 years –Jay Z, to her gigs.

Blue Ivy has even wowed fans with her own section of the Renaissance Tour set, during which she shows off her dance skills.

Both girls appeared in a campaign for Ivy Park (Picture: Backgrid)

Born in 2017, Rumi was named after a 13th-century Persian poet after the Halo singer suffered through a difficult pregnancy.

She had pre-eclampsia and had to undergo an emergency cesarean, spending weeks in the hospital.

In 2018, during an interview for Vogue said: ‘My husband was a soldier and such a strong support system for me. I am proud to have been a witness to his strength and evolution as a man, a best friend, and a father.’

The experience helped her embrace her ‘curvier’ body and she continued: ‘I needed time to heal, to recover.

‘During my recovery, I gave myself self-love and self-care, and I embraced being curvier.’

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