Beyoncé announced she’s pregnant with twins.
The “Crazy in Love” singer took to Instagram to share the exciting news, writing that she and husband Jay Z, 47, “have been blessed two times over.”
“We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over," the 35-year-old wrote on Wednesday. "We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters."
Queen Bey shared a professional shot to Instagram declaring the news. In the image, the Grammy-winning songstress is wearing a veil over her face and is touching what appears to be a growing baby bump in a two-piece lingerie set.
Beyoncé's mother Tina Knowles also shared the pregnancy news to Instagram with the same photo of her daughter.
"WOW I don't have to keep the secret anymore," she wrote. "I am soooo happy God is so good twin blessings."
Within 45 minutes of Bey's pregnancy news, Twitter had already reached half a million posts about the surprise.
R&B star Rihanna congratulated the pair on their exciting news, calling Jay Z her "big brother."
"So excied about this news!!! Congratulations to you @Beyonce and my big brother Jay!!!!," she wrote.
Rita Ora – who was rumored to be Jay Z's mistress based off a line in Beyoncé's song "Sorry" – called the star "soooo beautiful" in the annoucement photo.
It’s not the first time Beyoncé subtly shocked fans with pregnancy news on a public platform.
Following her performance at the 2011 MTV VMA Awards, Beyoncé opened her jacket, showed off her bump and demanded the crowd stand up.
"I want you to feel the love that's growing inside of me," she shouted.
Beyoncé told reporters she wanted to unveil the news herself.
The "Formation" singer's pregnancy is still questioned as to whether or not it was real. Many people think the now 5-year-old was born via surrogate and that Beyoncé was never actually pregnant.
When the "Formation" singer was expecting Blue Ivy, many questioned if she was actually carrying the child. Some speculated Beyonce was using a surrogate when her stomach appeared to deflate as she sat down for an interview with an Australian talk show.
She told People that the rumors didn't hurt her, but were definitely bizarre.
"That was crazy. It wasn't hurtful, it was just crazy," she said. "[I thought] 'Where did they come up with this?"
Rumors started circulating earlier this week that the star might be expecting again after she was frequently spotted out in baggy and over-sized clothing.
Her stylist Marni Senofante shared the news on Instagram, congratulating her team for keeping the secret. She also revealed that a pregnant Bey would be in attendance at the upcoming Grammy Awards on Feb. 12.
"CONGRATS @BEYONCE ....... THIS WILL MAKE THE PERFECT TRIFECTA ;) !!!," Marni wrote. "Ok, NOW BACK TO WORK!!!!! TMinus11Days !!!!!"
Not only is the powerhouse vocalist set to hit the Grammys, she's also one of the headling acts for Coachella festival in April, leading some fans to voice their concern over whether or not she will still attend.
"IM SO HAPPY FOR B BUT SHE BETTER PUT ON A PERFORMANCE AT COACHELLA CAUSE SHES THE REASON IM GOING," one user wrote.
Organizers for Coachella were reportedly in the dark about the star's pregnancy, according to TMZ.
Beyoncé and Jay Z married in 2008 and welcomed daughter Blue Ivy, 5, in 2012.
One year after Blue Ivy was born, the singer had shared that she wanted more children, but just didn't know when. It was often speculated that the couple would be welcoming another child (or two!) to the family – however, Bey was pretty busy with her career.
In 2013, she released her album "Beyoncé" and almost exactly a year ago she was performing the half-time show at the Super Bowl. Most recently, she debuted her visual album and subsequent album "Lemonade."
During the documentary "Life is but a Dream," which aired on HBO in 2013, Beyoncé revealed that she had suffered a miscarriage before becoming pregnant with Blue Ivy.