Beyoncé gets rare sighting of twins Rumi and Sir in Renaissance movie

" Renaissance: The Beyoncé Movie" contains spoilers . Blue Ivy Carter may have a special role in her mom's Renaissance World Tour, but she makes sure to share the spotlight with her two siblings. Beyoncé gave a rare look at her 6-year-old twins Rumi and Sir Carter in her Renaissance concert film as part of new family footage that also features her husband Jay-Z and their 11-year-old daughter.

Rumi and Sir make occasional appearances throughout the film, both backstage and at home. During the tour, the twins can be seen riding golf carts around the stadium, sitting on their mom's lap in the locker room, and watching live broadcasts in the background.

They also swam and played at the Cannes home Beyoncé rented during the European leg so her family could have some stability and scenery between performances.

Beyoncé performs on stage during the RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR event on May 29, 2023 in London, England. Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images

Each twin has their own adorable moments that shine through in the movie. At one point, Rumi jokingly rehearsed her mom's "Alien Superstar" dance, making faces as her fingers spelled out "Unique" in the intro.

At the same time, the gentleman tried to operate the camera himself. In several scenes, he films his mom backstage and asks questions about the tour and her health, like a true documentarian. At one point, Bay endearingly suggested that he keep the camera straight so it wouldn't tilt to one side.

Why do we rarely see Rumi and Mr.

While Blue Ivy has become a star in her own right, Bey and Jay tend to keep the twins more private. Rumi was last seen by fans in July, when she posed with her mom, Madonna, daughter Mercy, 17, and twins Stella and Estere, 10, in a photo shared to Madge's Instagram Story after one of Bey's shows Up. Renaissance Tour.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z 2019 Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

‌ Earlier that summer, when Blue Ivy was in Paris for her Renaissance Tour debut, Rumi supported her sister, holding a sign that read "We love you Blue!"