The birth of Beyonce's twins has been met with fevered speculation.
On Tuesday, Twitter went into meltdown after Jay Z was reportedly seen leaving his home heading towards the couple's LA medical centre of choice, leading many to believe his wife had gone into labour.
If you believe the somewhat questionable sources on Twitter, then heavy security was spotted at an LA hospital, with some claiming security staff were carrying two baby seats to a medical facility earlier in the day.
And now one human in Alaska has given the world the hope it needs.
Caslon Hatch tweeted, "You heard it here first. A friend of a friend who is an OB @ Beyonce's hospital tells me she had her twins, a boy and girl."
According Caslon's Twitter bio, she works for "Alaska's #1 News Source - KTUU Channel 2 News."
Unfortunately despite ruling the Alaskan news kingdom, Caslon has noted some holes in her story.
"If I'm wrong, whatever. I'm just a reporter in Anchorage. I shouldn't even know this anyway," she admitted afterwards.
But then got us back on track with this thought, "If I'm right, I technically broke this story and I'm amazing."
To be fair, Caslon has one in three chance of being right.
One thing is certain, whenever music's new reigning twins decide grace the world, they'll be welcomed in style.
According to a Life & Style report, the Lemonade singer spent $660, 589 on an over-the-top nursery that features walk-in closets, a $26,423 mural on the ceiling, and a movie theater.
"Bey and Jay knocked out a wall between two bedrooms to create a master suite-size nursery inside their LA home,” said a source.
"The twins will have matching cribs and rockers and designer sheets totaling $39,635, plus a $66,058 state-of-the-art sound system."
Beyonce and Jay Z announced they were expecting twins back in February.
At the time, the Grammy winner broke the internet by sharing a photo of her beautiful baby bump.
Dressed in a maroon bra, frilly blue briefs and a veil as she cradles her belly under a floral archway, the Formation hitmaker looked to be the picture of maternal bliss.
The statement read: “We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters."
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