Reports emerged about the twins birth in June, but the singer and her rapper husband remained quiet. Several weeks later the names "Rumi Carter" and "Sir Carter" were registered as trademarks with United States authorities.
Fans and followers had been on their toes since her pregnancy announcement on February 1, 2017.
Another declared: "WE GONE CELEBRATE BEYONCÉ AND HER TWINS ALL DAY AND ALL WEEKEND!"
The mother of three was pictured standing barefoot in front of a floral archway with the twins draped in a purple sheet, while she is wearing a blue veil.
That said, some of those who saw the first official photo of Beyonce's twins were left baffled by one tiny detail: her belly - the seeming flatness of her belly in the photo, to be exact.
"WE WILL REFER TO KING #1 BY HIS COMPLETE NAME, SIR CARTER", wrote one very excited fan.
Jay Z reportedly registered two trademarks "Rumi Carter" and "Sir Carter" in the days after the birth.
Now if you'll excuse us, we'll just be over here, obsessively hitting refresh on our browser to see if the Queen Bey shares more.
As of 6:45 a.m. ET, the photo had already surpassed 4.5 million likes on the social platform.