How Beyoncé and JAY-Z Took All Three Kids — Even Their Year-Old Twins! — on Tour: 'It Took a Lot of Work,' Says Source
"They will all travel together and have a fun family adventure," a source previously told PEOPLE of Beyoncé, JAY-Z and their children Sir, Rumi and Blue
A source recently revealed to PEOPLE that the married music moguls had planned to travel alongside their three kids — 1-year-old twin siblings Rumi and Sir and daughter Blue Ivy, 6 — for their joint On the Run Tour II, which kicked off June 6 in Cardiff, U.K. (with tickets on sale through October 4).
“They are incredibly excited. It took a lot of work to make this happen. It’s the best choice for their family,” the insider told PEOPLE of Beyoncé, 36, and JAY-Z, 48.
“They will all travel together and have a fun family adventure,” explained the source.
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That adventure has definitely had its fair share of memorable moments already. Earlier this month — after the couple sparked rumors that they had renewed their wedding vows by sharing a video of themselves during the tour alongside their kids — the Lemonade singer’s mom Tina Knowles Lawson added fuel to the fire.
In the photo, the two musicians — who celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary in April — stood in front of each other with their heads bowed, while their little ones looked on.
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It hasn’t been a completely smooth ride for Blue, though. Earlier this week, a video surfaced of the little girl’s hilarious reaction to a specific piece of footage featuring her superstar parents in bed together.
In the clip that has since gone viral, Blue shook her head a few times before ducking down dramatically in an attempt to escape the embarrassment.
She eventually reemerged, but continued to adorably retreat back to a crouching position, looking up helplessly at a girl standing next to her and, at one point, miming banging her head against the railing.