The pop queen and and spouse Jay-Z share 3 rainbow infants: Daughter Blue Ivy Carter, born in 2012 and twins Rumi Carter and Sir Carter, born in 2017.
In her 2013 HBO documentary Life Is But a Dream, Beyonce remembered learning she had actually a missed out on miscarriage, in which no signs are determined prior to an ultrasound or doppler exposes the heartbreaking discovery.
“Literally, the week before, I went to the doctor. Everything was fine,” she stated. “But there was no heartbeat.”
Beyonce put her heart and sorrow into her work, composing and taping the 2013 ballad “Heartbeat.”
“I went into the studio and wrote the saddest song I’ve ever written in my life,” the vocalist stated in the documentary. “It was the best form of therapy for me because it was a saddest thing I’ve ever been through.”
Beyonce later on informed Oprah Winfrey on Oprah’s Next Chapter, “I felt like there are so many couples that go through that and it was a big part of my story.”
Her experience likewise affected her next pregnancy. She continued, “It’s among the factors I did not share I was pregnant the 2nd time [with Blue Ivy], since you didn’t understand what’s going to take place. That was difficult since all of my household, my good friends understood and we commemorated. It was difficult. I’m not the only individual who goes through this. So many individuals go through this and in the end, I have my child, and there is hope and I feel so lucky.”
The vocalist stated she resided in worry throughout her pregnancy with Blue Ivy. “But my doctor told me that I was completely healthy and don’t be crazy and paranoid and to live my life,” she stated, “and that’s what I did.”
In 2019, Beyoncé stated in a Q&A in ELLE publication, “Having miscarriages taught me that I had to mother myself before I could be a mother to someone else. Then I had Blue, and the quest for my purpose became so much deeper. I died and was reborn in my relationship, and the quest for self became even stronger. It’s difficult for me to go backwards. Being ‘number one’ was no longer my priority. My true win is creating art and a legacy that will live far beyond me. That’s fulfilling.”