Last night, Beyonce shared some extremely personal videos - of her twins Sir and Rumi Carter. 

Beyonce took fans behind the scenes of the making of her recent hit record in a new ABC special called "Beyoncé Presents: Making The Gift."

The show followed Beyonce as she curated and produced the Lion King's companion album "The Lion King: The Gift," which became her second top 10 debut of 2019 when it was released in July.

Beyonce and her team produced the documentary, and Beyonce wrote and directed it herself. Fans were given insight into the grueling creative process. They also got to see the mother of three brainstorming in meetings, and in the studio recording tracks for the ambitious album.

This is the second documentary that Bey dropped in 2019. Her first was the Netflix film "Homecoming," which chronicled the creation and execution of her headline 2018 Coachella set and was nominated for six Emmys.

Here are some videos from the special:

Not only were two family group shots included, also featuring the couple’s eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, 7, but viewers were able to hear Rumi speak when the Grammy winner, 38, asked her daughter: “What does the cat do? What does the cow do? What does the lion do?”

The singer went on to record a video from the back of a car after landing in Africa, showing Rumi and her twin brother strapped into their car seats.

Blue was also featured in the special, which documented the making of the July soundtrack The Lion King: The Gift. She sang in one of the album’s tracks, “Brown Skin Girl,” alongside SAINt JHN, and also showed off her dance moves while her mom sang.