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Beyoncé shares rare picture of her children as she releases new album

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Beyoncé has shared a picture and paid tribute to her three children to mark the release of her seventh studio album, Renaissance.

The album is the 40-year-old’s first in six years, after she released Lemonade in 2016.

In a statement posted to her website, the singer paid tribute to her husband Jay-Z, and their three children, Blue, 10, and twins Rumi and Sir, both five.

“My intention [for the album] was to create a safe place, a place without judgment. A place to be free of perfectionism and overthinking,” she wrote.

“I want to give a special thank you to Rumi, Sir, and Blue for allowing me this space, creativity, and inspiration.

“And a special thanks to my beautiful husband and muse who held me down during those late nights in the studio.”

Beyoncé with her children, Rumi, Sir, and Blue (beyonce.com)
Beyoncé with her children, Rumi, Sir, and Blue (beyonce.com)

Beyoncé also added a note to her mother Tina Knowles, and father Mathew Knowles, which read: “Mama, I luhhhh you [sic]. To my father... my first teacher you inspire me in every move that I make. I love you.”

The statement was accompanied by a selfie of Beyoncé in bed with her three children, who are all sleeping next to her.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s children are rarely seen in public, but eldest child Blue Ivy recently attended a basketball game with her father.

In June, an image of the 10-year-old and Jay-Z went viral on Twitter after fans comment how much Blue looked like Beyoncé.

“Beyoncé and Blue Ivy are literally twins,” one social media user wrote, while another questioned: “This isn’t Beyoncé?”

From the new image posted by the superstar singer, it looks as if the twins are the spitting image of their big sister, too.

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