This Irish Mum Recreated Beyonce's Baby Photo And It's Hilarious

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 17, 2017

Balancing her son and daughter on her knee, the six-year-old took the photos in a garden in Cork. That's all one woman needed to pull off a remixed version of Beyoncé's viral baby announcement photos. Sharon, her husband Peter and three older children Darragh, Hollie and Megan watched the picture appear on news sites around the world as the night wore on: "There wasn't a child in the house washed!" "I took the photos for the Craic (an Irish colloquialism to denote fun) because Beyonce's photos were just so unrealistic!"

She shared another snap with hip hop hubby Jay-Z, 47, with whom she already has one daughter - five-year-old Blue Ivy.

But she was quick to add that she is a massive fan of Beyonce, writing: "Ps. love Beyonce".

Within an hour, the picture received more than two million likes on Instagram.Singer, Nicki Minaj also shared her pleasure for the Knowles-Carter family through her Instagram post.

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The beybies, who were born on June 14 (Geminis!), were presented to the world just last week through Beyoncé's Instagram-breaking photo with the one-month-old twins.

"I had a few spare minutes yesterday when I saw Beyoncé photo online", she told the Mirror. She said "I happened to have a quiet moment in the afternoon so I chose to take a picture with my twins for the craic", she said. But it went mad straightaway, I had people asking me to make the post public so they could share it.

The recent photo is an acclamation to her pregnancy declaration photograph.With this, also comes the confirmation from the USA singer on naming the twins, Sir #Carter and Rumi.

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