If you're wondering why your internet connection is slow today it's because the entire world is shook and grasping for some oxygen after Beyoncé introduced us all to her new twins who are a month old today.
Beyoncé unveiled the elaborate photograph, which shows her holding the twins in front of a floral arch in a very Renaissance Madonna and child style, on Instagram this morning, accompanying it with the caption "Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today" and a string of emojis to represent the now five-piece Knowles-Carter family.
Thus ends months of speculation about the names of the twins which were first made public after trademarks for them were made by the family last month.
And of course there's only one way that the internet could have reacted. With overkill, jokes and memes.
"Well, Beyonce, we could go for understated. Subtle. Reserved."
"I literally don't know what any of those words mean." https://t.co/VxW3oYmohJ
— The Marc Bernardin (@marcbernardin) July 14, 2017
#Beyonce to the internet pic.twitter.com/U7jpXdcnZE
— Declan Cashin (@Tweet_Dec) July 14, 2017
Beyonce and Jay, hedging their bets on the monarchy not being around in 50 years, decided to go ahead and knight their newborn. #SirCarter
— Jonathan Newman (@Tennis_Jon) July 14, 2017
Wow can't believe Beyoncé invented twins
— Ivie Ani (@ivieani) July 14, 2017
Bey should've gave a warning!! I was NOT prepared for this tonight! #beyonce #beyoncetwins #cartertwins pic.twitter.com/7QMDF7E13S
— Hannah Steal Ur Mantana (@jnnyfrmtheblocc) July 14, 2017
When you're in the middle of taking a gym selfie #beyoncetwins pic.twitter.com/0EP92wntpq
— Jerry🆙 (@ijerryvega) July 14, 2017
Before y'all start trashing the names.
Sir means "Man of rank; Lord"
Rumi means "Beauty that flows."
You're welcome! #beyoncetwins
— Ashley Joy (@AshleyJoySpeaks) July 14, 2017
Beyoncé at 1am on a Thursday night pic.twitter.com/Wm48Qy1P14
— scott. (@YonceHaunted) July 14, 2017