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Health Scare: You WON'T Believe What Beyonce's Newborns Are Being Treated For In The Hospital!

Beyonce attends TIDAL’s Second Annual Philanthropic Festival
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Jun. 20 2017, Updated 1:35 p.m. ET

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Beyonce attends TIDAL’s Second Annual Philanthropic Festival
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As the world waits to see a sneak peek of Beyonce's twins, whom are allegedly a boy and girl, more information about their unexpected birth has come to light. While nothing has yet been confirmed by her camp, though her dad Matthew Knowles congratulated her and her her little ones, as did former President Barack Obama, according to reports, the twins were born prematurely.

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In addition, they are reportedly "under the lights," which likely means they have jaundice. While it isn't considered to be dangerous, it means there is a yellow tint to a newborn's skin and the white part of the eye, which is a sign that there's too much bilirubin in the baby's blood.

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Bey announced her pregnancy in February, though she was already showing, so it was expected that she would give birth well before the year was over, though some of us did think she'd at least get through the summer to get ready for the new A-listers!

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Meanwhile, according to RadarOnline, Bey and Jay Z are doing everything to ensure the twins come home to a safe environment. “Jay Z has hired an army of security to make sure that they are safe and he is making the purchase of a new home his number one priority at this time.”

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The two are currently in a rental as they look for a permanent residency in Los Angeles.

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