The two filed trademark licenses for the names Sir and Rumi Carter on June 26, shortly after it was reported that the couple had brought their newborn babies home from a Los Angeles hospital, TMZ and E! News report.
According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, the trademarks were filed by BGK Trademark Holdings, Beyoncé’s holding company that also owns the trademarks for the name Beyoncé, Beyhive, and Blue Ivy Carter.
The trademark filings have been requested for cosmetics products, Baby teething rings, strollers, “DVDs, CDs, and audio and visual sound recordings featuring musical performances,” and more.
The twins were reportedly born on June 12 at UCLA Medical Center. According to TMZ, a “minor issue” prevented the couple from taking their babies home right away.
Reports that Beyoncé had given birth to the twins circulated on July 17. The couple reportedly brought the newborns to a rented house in Malibu.
The Lemonade singer’s dad, Matthew Knowles, confirmed the infants’ arrival on Instagram with a birthday message.
“They’re here!” he captioned a photo of a digital card.
The news of their babies names comes less than a day after Jay Z released his new album 4:44 that contains several lyrics seeming to confirm his rumored infidelity.