The world is more excited than ever that our beloved Queen Bey is expecting twins. But unfortunately, critics and rude, unsolicited advice always seem to go hand-in-hand with celebrity pregnancy announcements. On the flip side, legendary singer Céline Dion gave Beyoncé a thoughtful tip when it comes to raising twins — showing everyone how to appropriately share advice with a pregnant woman in the process. And it was much appreciated.
In an interview with E! News, Dion, who's also a mother of twins, called Beyoncé's pregnancy a "double blessing," and insisted that the "Formation" singer is definitely up for the challenge. "It's going to be hectic in the house," she added. "But she's fortunate enough that she can have all the people that she wants to help her, but no one will ever replace a mom and she's a great mom. I'm pretty sure of that."
Beyoncé has had her fair share of critiques over the years — from not being enough of a feminist, to letting Blue Ivy walk around with her hair "unkempt" — and has been gracious about it all. As if rumors that she didn't carry Blue Ivy back in 2012 herself weren't enough, now people are trying to tell her that she's working a little too hard. And the most current debate being: loud concerts may not be safe for Bey's twins. As a reminder, the singer is scheduled to headline Coachella in April.
Well, according to an E! News source, Beyoncé has nutritionists and physicians on speed dial, so it sounds like she has it all under control. And as for resting up? She's got a plan for that too.
"After Beyoncé has her babies, she is going to take some time off for herself and her family," the E! source claimed. "She needs a break, but her breaks are always productive and creative. Beyoncé is always thinking so I wouldn't be surprised if some amazing ideas came up while she is taking time off."
So, what does this mean for all of those Beyoncé critics out there? Mind your business, that's all. Just mind your own business. I can bet that Beyoncé wouldn't do anything to put her babies in danger. And just like her other major accomplishments — she's totally got this one in the bag.