The births of the couple’s twins were confirmed on June 18 by Beyoncé’s father. Following reports that the babies had been kept at the hospital due to a “minor issue”, the twins left the hospital earlier this week.
TMZ now reports that a company owned by the couple filed a trademark for the names Rumi Carter and Sir Carter on Monday (June 26). The documents were allegedly filed by the same company that sought to trademark their first-born Blue Ivy’s name earlier this year.
The names of the twins have not yet been announced officially.
Meanwhile, today (June 30) saw Jay-Z release his new album ‘4:44’.
The record features a response to Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ as well as a Frank Ocean collaboration. It also sees Jay-Z take shots at former friend Kanye West. Elsewhere on ‘4:44’, Jay-Z offers his support to his mother’s coming out.
‘4:44’ is currently only available through Jay-Z’s Tidal streaming services, but rumours suggest that it could arrive on other platforms next week.