Beyoncé shares sweet moments with rarely seen twins Sir and Rumi in ‘Renaissance’ tour movie trailer

Beyoncé’s entire family gets in formation in her “Renaissance” tour movie trailer — including her rarely seen twins, Sir and Rumi.

The 6-year-olds made multiple appearances in Monday’s sneak peek of “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” which will hit theaters on Dec. 1.

The “Break My Soul” singer is shown sweetly kissing Sir and later holding him on a golf cart.

As for Rumi, a rare glimpse of Beyoncé’s youngest daughter is given as she stretches with her mom and big sister Blue Ivy.

The Grammy winner and her husband, Jay-Z, welcomed Sir and Rumi in June 2017 and have mostly kept them out of the spotlight.

Beyoncé’s twins steal the show in her “Renaissance” tour movie trailer.
Sir and Rumi, 6, are rarely seen.
The siblings share sweet moments with their mom in the footage.
“I feel liberated,” Queen Bey says at the end of the trailer.

While Blue, 11, joined her mom onstage many times during the May to October tour, Rumi was only spotted twice over the 56-show run.

The little one cheered for her older sibling’s dance moves from the audience with a “We Love You Blue” sign in May. Three months later, she posed for a backstage snap with Beyoncé, Madonna and the Queen of Pop’s three daughters.

Rumi rocked $1,200 Dior sneakers in the rare August photo, as well as a strapless silver top and denim shorts.

Beyoncé’s eldest child, Blue Ivy, makes an appearance as well.

She previously has been seen in Ivy Park ads, Beyoncé’s “Homecoming” documentary and occasional website uploads.

One of Queen Bey’s main parenting goals is to “slow down and shed stressful things from [her] life” in order to better “cherish” her family time with Rumi, Sir and Blue.

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“I’ve spent a lot of time focusing on building my legacy and representing my culture the best way I know how,” she explained to British Vogue in October 2020. “Now, I’ve decided to give myself permission to focus on my joy.”

Her husband, Jay-Z, is shown cheering from the audience.

Beyoncé released her critically acclaimed “Renaissance” album in July 2022.

Her ensuing tour left her feeling “liberated,” with the former Destiny’s Child member concluding Monday’s trailer by saying, “I have transitioned into a new animal.”

Bey debuted the footage via Instagram and told her followers to “be careful what you ask for” since she “just might comply” with their wishes.