Beyonce has been very protective about releasing images of her twin babies, Sir and Rumi Carter. But she's opening up in a new Netflix special.

In the first pic, the “Formation” singer, 37, held her baby boy close and kissed the side of his face. She smiled down at her daughter in the next shot.

Bey signed a reported $40 million dollar deal with the streaming platform - to air an in-depth look at Beyoncé's celebrated 2018 Coachella performance. The documentary will show never before seen footage of Beyonce and her twins.

Jay Z will also be prominently featured in the documentary.

Here's the trailer:

As soon as the trailer went viral, so did the images of the twins. Folks on social media are marveling about just how much Rumi looks like her mom.

And the Carter's first son takes after his father. He's definitely a mix of both Jay and Bey, but he looks more like his father.

Here's the pic of Sir Carter that has people talking:

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Sir and Rumi, 22 months, weren’t the only babies in Beyoncé’s brood to appear in her trailer. Their 7-year-old sister, Blue Ivy, sat in a chair and danced with her mom in a few seconds of black-and-white footage.

Their grandma, Tina Knowles Lawson, told Us Weekly exclusively about the twins’ personalities in February: “The girl is really just going to rule the world, and the boy is kind of laid back and chills like the dad.” And as for Blue, “She’s the Queen B. The second Queen B.”