Beyonce and JAY-Z have hired six nannies to take care of their newborn twins, Rumi and Sir. According to OK! Magazine the nannies who will be working in eight-hour shifts will be paid $100,000 a year; that makes it $600,000 for all six nannies.
5-year-old Blue Ivy already has two nannies to herself, making it eight nannies in all.
“The twins don’t sleep at the same time, so she decided she needed three per child, working in eight-hour shifts,” a source told US OK! magazine.
Bey and Jay welcomed the twins in June, with their birth certificate later revealing that the babies, who were born by C-section, were born within a minute of each other at 5.13am.
Rumi was first to arrive at 5:13am before Sir arrived moments later.
The twins’ birth certificate also reveals Beyonce enlisted the help of the doctor who has delivered all of the Kardashians’ kids – Dr Paul Crane.
Sir and Rumi don’t have middle names, unlike their big sister Blue Ivy, which clears up any confusion surrounding the ‘Sir Carter Carter’ suggestions.
Beyonce shared the first pictures of the twins with the world two weeks ago with the caption ‘Sir Carter and Rumi, 1 month today.’
In the picture published on Instagram, the singer is dressed in an extravagant purple layered outfit and light blue veil as she cradles the adorable newborns.
Surrounded by a wall of ornate flowers, and with the ocean stretched out behind her.
The Grammy Award winners are still staying at a rental in Malibu until they close the deal on a mega mansion in LA, which will have plenty of room for all the help, it has been claimed.
In late June TMZ reported the hit makers put in an offer on a Bel-Air, California house that was in the $130m ballpark. The modern-looking mansion is 30,000 square feet on 1.86 acres.
There are eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, four pools, a basketball court, recording studio, spa and paddle tennis court, according to the site.
It was added the home is already furnished.