Sir and Rumi, alongside big sis Blue Ivy, stole the spotlight.
Beyonce shared an intimate look at her family in her new "Making The Gift" documentary.
The pop superstar's latest offering aired on ABC Monday revealing a behind-the-scenes take at the making of her recent album "The Lion King: The Gift".
And her adorable two-year-old twins Sir and Rumi Carter, alongside their seven-year-old sister Blue Ivy, stole the spotlight as they were featured in several clips from the family's visit to Africa.
During the hour-long special, the "Formation" singer asked daughter Rumi what sounds different animals make and the baby girl answered with glee. Another sweet moment featured son Sir sitting on Beyonce's lap alongside Rumi during a flight.
Blue Ivy drew loving looks from her father Jay-Z as she showcased her vocal talents by singing a rendition of Beyonce's "Brown Skin Girl".
"When I see fathers singing 'Brown Skin Girl' to their daughters, to know that my daughter can have the same opportunities and feel confident and feel like she doesn't have to take her braids down and she can comb her afro out and she can glisten in her brown skin... That is why I make music,' the songstress noted.
And she further detailed her experience as a parent of three. "When you're a mother, there's a love that you experience with your kids that's deeper than anything you can imagine. The love is beyond Earth and beyond time and space, and it's a connection that will be constant."
As Beyonce and Jay-Z are known to keep their family life private, the brief but beautiful footage of the three children was a special treat for the Beyhive.
The remainder of the documentary was devoted to the creative team behind the album as they brought their vision to life.
"'The Gift' has been so much more than a celebration of the film 'The Lion King'," Beyonce explained. "To be able to work on a film that is so massive, so iconic, and to also represent African people and African Americans in a positive light is a blessing for me."
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