January 3, 2012 10:33

Rumours of Beyonce's baby birth denied by sister Solange

Twitter gossip about the birth of Tiana May Carter has been proved false

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Solange Knowles – pop star sister of Beyonce – has shot down rumours that her older sister had already given birth to Jay-Z's child.

Last week social networking site Twitter was buzzing with the news that Beyonce had given birth to a girl, who she had named Tiana May Carter.

However, on Sunday (January 1), Solange tweeted:

Shout out to my sister for being THE cutest pregnant woman ever!

Billboard also reports that on New Year's Eve a pregnant Beyonce was spotted having dinner in Brooklyn with Jay-Z, before heading to her sister's house party.

Beyonce's old Destiny's Child bandmate Kelly Rowland let the sex of Beyonce's unborn child slip in November of 2011, revealing that she is expecting a girl.

Beyonce had said that she will give birth to her and Jay-Z’s first child in February of this year. The singer made the admission on the Australian television show Sunday Night.

During the interview the artist behind NME’s noughties Track of the Decade, 'Crazy In Love', also explained why she feels now is the right time to have a child, saying "My husband and I have been together for 10 years. All of my 20s. I feel like it is time…. and I’m so happy."

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