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February 13, 2019

Tina Lawson shares exciting update about Beyoncé's twins, says Rumi is 'going to rule the world'

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Tina Knowles Lawson shared an exciting update. She says Beyonce and Jay-Z’s twins already have different personalities and Rumi is 'going to rule the world' one day.Proud grandmother Tina Knowles is opening up about her youngest grandchildren. She claims the twins like night and day.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed their twins, Sir and Rumi, in June 2017. Tina says they’ve already developed very distinct personalities.

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    The fashion designer, 65, revealed some important information about the twins in an exclusive interview with Us Weekly. The interview was at the National CARES Mentoring Movement "For the Love of Our Children" Gala on Monday, February 11.

“The girl is really just going to rule the world, and the boy is kind of laid back and chills like the dad,” said Tina lovingly.

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She went on to talk about the couple’s 7-year-old, Blue Ivy Carter as well. As any doting grandmother would, she gushed about her granddaughter saying,

“She’s the Queen B. The second Queen B.”

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The “Formation” singer and the “Family Feud” rapper have been cagey about their two youngest children. They strive hard to keep them out of the public eye.

In July 2018, Beyoncé shared a rare photo with the siblings on her lap. It was the first time ever that she had posted Sir and Rumi since they were one month old.

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Tina also shared a story from  Beyoncé's childhood. She opened up and revealed

“At seven years old, she did a talent showS. he was very shy and she went out and got a standing ovation, and she said, ‘I just want to get my trophy because I’m hungry, and go home.’ And I’m like, ‘You don’t know if you won.’ But she did.”

It's not the first time Tina has gushed about her grandchildren. She once revealed that her granddaughter, Blue Ivy "has been performing since birth."

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