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Are they here yet? No confirmation yet on if Beyonce's twins have arrived

| Monday, June 19, 2017, 11:03 a.m.
Recording artist Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
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Recording artist Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Are Beyonce and Jay Z parents again?

Mum's the word from the parents and their reps, even though reports are flying that the much-anticipated twins have made their arrival.

Several outlets have published reports with no official confirmation. Even Beyonce's father, with whom she has had a strained relationship, tweeted congrats Sunday.

Beyonce and Jay Z are usually tight-lipped about their personal lives and waited years to release footage of their wedding and weeks to confirm the birth of daughter Blue Ivy, who is now 5.

They announced she was pregnant with twins in an Instagram post in February. The pregnancy forced Beyonce to bow out of the Coachella music festival in April.

Representatives did not respond to requests for comment.

Beyoncé's own dad tried to announce the twins' birth on Father's Day, but was met with much skepticism.

“They're here!” Mathew Knowles tweeted on Father's Day amid numerous unconfirmed media reports over the weekend that the twins had arrived.

Despite the familial source, people were not having it.

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