Beyonce reveals the details of her difficult pregnancy and says one of her Twins almost died.
After making it through a horrific pregnancy, Beyoncé is opening about the actual happenings of the complications she went through and how she almost lost one of her twins during those turbulent times.
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé has just paved its way through to the streaming giant, Netflix and gives fans a sneak preview in the private life of Queen Bey. Also including the insight into the lifestyles of the rich and the famous, Homecoming made an effort to cover deeper grounds into her relationship with Jay-Z.
Beyonce's documentary is now available on Netflix.SOURCE: Times Magazine
The pop diva made a revelation that the unplanned nature twins meant her “body went through more than I knew it could.”
The 37-year-old further explained,
“I was 218 pounds the day I gave birth. I had an extremely difficult pregnancy."
She went on to add,
“I had high blood pressure, I developed toxaemia, preeclampsia and in the womb, one of my babies heartbeats paused a few times so I had to get an emergency C-section.”
Homecoming was filmed in the high times leading up to Beyoncé’s legendary Coachella set and also steered the focus on the dramatic weight loss she went through post-pregnancy.
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Beyoncé’s Coachella set was one of the most viewed sets in modern history up there in the same league as that of Trump’s inauguration and the Royal Wedding. In fact, in an attempt to present a fresher perspective rather than just replaying old footage, the Netflix documentary took a major leap and centered on behind the scenes look at her personal life.
Although fans are loving Homecoming, some are worried it could be the beginning of the end for Bey.
A source told Heat World,
“Beyoncé doesn’t have a new full album,”
but reiterated maintaining,
"She’s been working on a couple of new tracks for a deluxe album filled with old songs.”
The Netflix documentary makes its way through to the mainstream audience following Beyoncé’s 2019 Brit Awards win. As Bey and Jay-Z triumph over contenders like Brockhampton and First Aid Kit, The Carters went on to reign over the title of Best International Group.
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Contrary to the general concept that the idea of new music and a Netflix show should have fans in the seventh heaven, some of the fans can't help but notice a storm in the forming. When Pop Crave made the announcement, one of the diva's loyal fans went on to Tweet,
"I’m telling you right now…Beyoncé is about to give us one last album and retire! 'saves tweet for later‘"
Steering back into the pregnancy topic, this sure isn’t the first time the Halo singer suffered a tragedy. In the midst of 2011, the pop sensation suffered a major unfortunate fate when she had a miscarriage. Moreover, the star described the unfortunate incident as “the saddest thing” that had ever happened to her.
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The twins, Rumi and Sir are now 22 months old and are living a happy life with their famous parents.